Subject: you're wrong about Spc. Hutchinson's plight
Bart, you wrote:
> Surely out of the millions of deployed soldiers
a few have run into a situation where there
Won't fly Bart. The Army does take care of soldiers in that situation.
But, you're not dealing with someone whose "second
and third choices are suddenly out of the picture".
She didn't even attempt to find "second and third" choices.
No plan B. Don't even look to me like there was a plan A, other than to shirk.
> Of course the soldier must do everything
possible to follow orders
> We may have thousands of mothers serving
overseas in Bush's wars.
They do. It's called a Family Care Plan. Required
of every soldier with dependents.
She should get a general discharge, "for the good
of the service"; no benefits.
I'll plead guilty to not having time to read the full story, but if
things are as you claim,
If there's no story here, besides her personal negligence, why doesn't
somebody say so?