February 16, 2013

Skippy Skips Out On The Bill

Cadet Moonbat skips out on his military commitment and is now surprised that he either has to reimburse the US taxpayer for his education or pony up four years of his life like he agreed to when he signed the papers. Too bad.
An Army cadet who left West Point just months shy of his graduation to make a high-profile protest of religious proselytizing at the school now faces Pentagon demands that he repay the cost of his education — either through active-duty service or by paying as much as $250,000.

The notification this week that he would be hit up for the fees blindsided Blake Page, 24, who says that top leadership at West Point assured him that "recoupment" of costs for his taxpayer-funded education would be waived when he left the school in December.

[...]"I could have stayed and graduated," said Page, who established a Secular Students Association at West Point. "By resigning I was able to make a very loud and bold statement. I believe it had some positive impact on the non-religious cadets."
As long it didn't cost you anything, eh Skippy?

Dip-wad with no balls. Glad you're out on your ass. You have no business leading other men into the restroom much less combat.


WoFat said...

"Proud" to make a statement, but not enough balls to back it up. A REAL man would take the prison time.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Bye bye Skippy, you us 250 big ones.

Subvet said...

C'mon Skip, show the courage of your commitments. Perhaps you already are.

sig94 said...

WoFat - Skippy ain't a man, just another self-important, entitled boy-child.

Anam Cara said...

Oh, please, it's common knowledge that after the sophomore year, you owe if you don't go into the military. And not only did he get a totally free education, he was paid a base pay every month he was a student because he was looked at as a member of the US Forces.

sig94 said...

Anam - exactly.

WoFat said...

Skippy best put on that uniform, or be prepared to experience true love in prison. Oh the other hand, if he goes into the service as an enlisted man - which so many of us do - he can see how it feels to live "on the point."