Army Recruiters Getting Desperate

Army recruiters are getting so desperate for cannon fodder in Iraq that they are blatantly lying to potential recruits.

According to an ABC News undercover investigation, Army recruiters even told students that the war in Iraq was over in order to get them to enlist. Students with hidden video cameras visited ten Army recruitment offices in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Here is a sample of what was recorded:

“Nobody is going over to Iraq anymore?” one student asks a recruiter.
“No, we’re bringing people back,” he replies.
“We’re not at war. War ended a long time ago,” another recruiter says.

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Author: Laurence Vance

Laurence Vance holds degrees in history, theology, accounting, and economics. He has written and published twelve books and regularly contributes articles and book reviews to both secular and religious periodicals.