Scarbrough: Hey, Why Would Romney Listen To Generals About Afghanistan?

Talking to noted foreign policy expert Willie Geist.

And you gotta love the frustrated body language Mr. Scarborough demonstrates at the beginning of the video.

The Morning Joe host seems to be befuddled by the fact that Mitt Romney, while talking to Bret Baier this past weekend, wanted to listen to the generals on the ground before taking a stand on "a particular course of action" on Afghanistan. "I just don't get that," reports Mr. Scarborough, continuing his frustrated demeanor.

"I thought civilians were supposed to run the military," Scarborough continues, apparently under the impression that a former community organizer and 1/3 term Senator who became President is also adept at military strategy.

It's possible that Mitt Romney wants to gain insight from people who are closest to the combat regarding: potential outcomes, necessary steps to reduce resistance, troop levels required to keep the peace, and what steps are necessary to prevent atrocities like the one that happened last week.

Heck, I thought of that just off the top of my head and I totally suck at Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Okay I don't suck. My Kill:Death ratio is around 50%.

Enjoy the clip from Morning Joe below.

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