"I didn't feel like I could be a good officer if I didn't have integrity"Sara Isaacson submitted a formal memo to the head of the university's ROTC program declaring her desire for the fairer sex, despite being told that army policy was to not seek such disclosures.
"I was very clear with Miss Isaacson about that," said Lt. Col. Monte Yoder, head of the university's Army ROTC program. "I told her I won't ask."
Well, too bad Lt. Colonel Yoder, because this gal was hell bent on telling you. Not at the start mind you. No, not when she enrolled as a freshman. Integrity was not as precious to the young officer in training then. No, it wasn't until her degree was completed that integrity became an essential aspect of her core values.
Sara Isaacson was notified in March that she was being discharged for violating “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Along with the notice was a recommendation that she repay the $79,265.14 the government spent on her education, the paper reported.
Well, Ms. Isaacson, our armed forces are made up of men and women who are there to serve their country. They live and breathe integrity. Their very lives depend on the character and integrity of their fellow comrades in arms.
You don't belong among them.
Now pay back the $80 K.