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He gets a secret + clearance in the Army?

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Submitted by John (United States), Jul 12, 2012 at 19:24

I served honorably in the USN for twelve years with TS or greater clearance. I switched service branches to army. I had to stay nine months (you read right), nine months at Fort Dix as a thirty-one year-old basic trainee because they "lost the paperwork". This little prick gets his clearance, learns tactical intelligence, and had the Defense Security Service background interviewers blessing to serve in the army with at least a secret clearance with his baggage?!

It is time to take our country and Constitution back. Vote for Romney in November.

Served Honorably USN, USNR, USA, DAV

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