Army Recruitment Down There has been a story that I have been noticing on the news wires for the past week or so. I am not going to link to any of the stories because the speculative reports on the topic are either incomplete, or flat wrong. Could it have anything to do with the fact, do you think, that the military mistreats our soldiers? We have an officer now being charged with murder for shooting two suspected terrorists in a combat zone. If you were offered a job, but the risk of doing the job (assuming you weren't killed in the performance of the job) was that you would be charged with murder if you did what you were supposed to do, would you take that job? I wouldn't. If the military offered truth in advertising, their poster would have to look something like this:
Join the Military
See the World
Get a College Degree
Performance of your duties may result in murder charges being brought against you by the same government you are taking orders from. The U.S. Military takes no responsibility for such actions.
For information on how our government is mistreating Lt. Pantano, go to Michael Savage's Lt. Pantano page. _____________________________________________