People know him. He’s very important. He has many leather-bound books, and his apartment smells of rich mahogany.
Taxpayers foot the bill to educate students at Air Force, Army and Navy under the belief the graduates of those institutions will one day protect the rights and freedoms of United States citizens by serving in the armed forces. I would imagine the majority of taxpayers would agree that playing pro football full-time while recruiting part-time does not constitute legitimate military service.
Which begs the question: How effective of an Army recruiter can Caleb Campbell be considering he’s effectively avoiding his five-year commitment? It would seem difficult for Campbell to talk about the realities of military service when he has not fully tasted that life.
Wags smacked this one to smithereens. It’s the most comprehensive breakdown of the situation that we’ve seen in the media. If you were worried about what you were going to tell your senator, don’t be; Wags did the heavy lifting for you. Because that’s what he does. Well, in between rescuing cats from tall trees, delivering babies at Anne Arundel Medical Center, bringing rain to the desert, and getting great gas mileage.