February 01, 2013
Obama Administration Cuts Breakfast For Deployed Soldiers
While their Commander-In-Chief enjoys his pampering, U.S. soldiers go without:
The Army has stopped serving cooked breakfasts to some of the U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan as part of its drawdown, a move that prompted troops to write home asking their families and friends to send care packages with cereal, breakfast bars and other foods.
The Army told the Washington Guardian the current cutbacks began Jan. 1, and affect about 2,700 soldiers deployed in forward operating bases in more remote areas of Afghanistan.
FrontpageMag.com asks, "How many cooked breakfasts for soldiers would Obama's 20 million dollar Hawaii vacations buy?"
(Hat Tip: IHateTheMedia)