Friday, March 11, 2011

Rep. West (R-FL) goes Salamander on Diversity

Remember yesterday's DivThu post on the Commissariat's Diversity Industry Full Employment Act - AKA Military Leadership Diversity Commission's report?

Well - Rep. West comes off the top rope.
In an interview with The Daily Caller, West, who is black, was not pleased with the report, saying that the military is not a social experiment for outside groups to impose their theories. Rather, he said, it is a merit based organization where anybody can succeed.

Everyone that comes into the military has an equal opportunity to get promoted to the next level. It is not about outside entities trying to engineer and design results and outcomes or create a sense of equal achievement and when some military diversity group writes a report saying there are too many white men on top,” West said. “It is kind of a slap in the face to those who have risen through the ranks such as four star General [Lloyd] Austin, [General] Kip Ward, many others. We don’t need these outside entities trying to design or shape a military.”
Get that man on USNA's Board of Visitors toot-sweet. The Speaker of the House has slots available. I don't care if Sec. West is an Army man - we need him at Annapolis to give some top cover to VADM Miller.

Call his office, praise him, offer to help him - start now contributing to his 2012 campaign.

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