|Zod-Oddity syndrome strikes one woman in 10,000|
military women according to
Dr. Harvey Hykyte of the
Center for the Study of
Roswell, New Mexico.
Challenging Dr. Hykyte's assumptions and diagnosis of Mrs. Broadwell's disorder is Dr. Fleming Eon Goldman. "This has all the making of a counter intelligence move," said Goldman who has served for thirty two years as president of the American Counter-Intelligence Society for Intellectual Advancement of Public Disclosure. "I believe that the only thing in Mrs. Broadwell that is anything like the luny wingnut that chased General Zod is the fact that she was the sharp stick with which General Petraeus could gouge out his own eyes and become forever associated with the not-nearly-good, the bad and the really alluring whose ugliness is soul deep. That stick could have been married or single, brunette, red head or blond, male or female depended on the General's sexual orientation, but whoever the powers that be used, the results are the same. The man took himself out of the picture in a way that effectively severs the institutional memory on a sxxx-load of military dirty dealing," said Goldman.