August 7, 2007, - 12:23 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Did you read the media story about the seven officers against whom the Army and Air Force are considering disciplinary action?
A Pentagon Inspector General report attacks the officers for appearing in uniform at at “often identifiable Pentagon locations” to assist a Muslim Embassy, an Islamist group, in the production of a fundraising video.
Among those accused are Army Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, deputy commanding general of the 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood in Texas, Robert Caslen, commandant of cadets at the U.S. Military Academy, and Air Force Major Generals Peter Sutton and John Catton (the latter two were in the video).
Oops, I lied. Silly you for believing. The soldiers are not being attacked for helping Muslims. That would never happen. Nevah Evah. Our government calls that “outreach,” and it is highly lauded, applauded, and encouraged. You’d never hear of an Inspector General report–or even an initial investigation–were that the case.
Actually, the charity was Christian Embassy, an evangelical group. When it involves Christianity, it’s criminal.
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