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Under the Obama Administration, the U.S. Armed Services have taken quite a beating because of the Administration’s insistence that the military become a testing ground for social experimentation instead of protecting Americans.
From openly homosexuals serving, to sponsoring transvestite events, to punishing chaplains for giving traditional advice in counseling, the military has become steadily weakened by these liberal “societal engineers”, hell-bent to re-form the military into their own twisted image.
Now, a new shocking action has grossly shamed the Army as reported by both Newsmax and Independent Journal Review:
Army ROTC cadets at Arizona State University say they were told they had to wear red high heels for an event to draw attention to sexual assault against women.

As part of the the event, “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,” which was hosted by ASU’s Army ROTC program on Monday, the cadets wore heels and ran for 1.26 miles for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, according to The State Press, ASU’s student newspaper.
Making the general public aware about tough issues that need addressing is obviously a good thing. But there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about doing it.
Reddit post supposedly containing a message from the cellphone of a cadet has raised questions concerning an allegedly mandatory ROTC event.
In the “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event, cadets were required to wear high heels and march to “raise awareness of sexual assault against women.”
Now, the Army, like the other services, has strict rules about uniforms.  But, apparently they no longer matter as long as its members are “practicing tolerance” in the eyes of liberal feminists.
Hmmm . . . ISIS terrorists are raping and selling women into slavery.  How are we combating those atrocities?  We are dressing our soldiers up in women’s high heels.  No wonder these terrorists no longer fear the U.S.; at least not Obama’s America.
These cadets were not given an option in this matter as Newsmax reveals:
“Tomorrow morning our entire rotc battalion [sic] is doing this ‘walk a mile in her shoes’ event where we all walk a mile in ACUs [Army Combat Uniform] with bright red high heels in place of our boots to promote awareness for sexual abuse on campus,” he wrote.”Attendance is mandatory and if we miss it we [g]et a negative counseling and a ‘does not support the battalion sharp/EO mission’ on our CDT OER for getting the branch we want,” the ASU ROTC cadet explained.”So I just spent $16 on a pair of high heels that I have to spray paint red later only to throw them in the trash after 300 of us embarrass the army tomorrow.”
More comments from cadets are reported by IJR:
“I just don’t understand why Combs would court political controversy like this. Isn’t the military supposed to avoid faddish political movement and religious issues.
Under this administration, the military in general has been turned into a petri dish for social experimentation.”
“Its a Cadet Command wide thing, pretty much every battalion in Cadet Command has had to, or will have to do it. GEN Combs has picked it up as a CC initiative.”
“They were threatened with negative counselling statements and OERs if they didn’t participate. It was pretty much ‘do this or we’ll kill your career before it even starts.’”
“Someone head to IG with this? Pretty sure this was a forced activity.”

Worthless ROTC commanders need to get booted for this incompetence.
As a combat vet this sickens me and is a setback for women in the military.”

This insanity needs to stop!  This shames every American soldier who has ever put on the uniform.  Between the radical feminists and the transvestites who are currently infesting the military, soon we will no longer be the most elite fighting force in the world.
Whichever commander initiated this “event” should be relieved of duty as quickly as possible.  Or, better yet, placed on the front lines somewhere like Afghanistan to remind him/her what the American military is all about.

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