Friday, May 20, 2005

More on a theme:

Army addresses spate of recruiting misconduct

The Army is examining allegations its recruiters offered to help people cheat on drug tests or get phony diplomas in order to enlist.

In a recent incident in Texas, a recruiter threatened a 20-year-old man with arrest if he did not get to an interview at a recruiting station by a given time. The recruiter then sought to explain the threat as a "marketing technique."

I'm predicting there will be a draft just after the 2006 elections if the Rebublicans maintain control.

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