DOD SAYS “NO”
by Sharon Rondeau
Curiously, the link to Geller’s article leads to a blank page for this writer as of Saturday morning.
Our email to Breasseale was as follows:
Good morning, Col. Breasseale. Would you be able to verify or deny the following story on behalf of the U.S. military:
Thank you very much.
Sharon Rondeau, Editor
The Post & Email
P.O. Box 195
Stafford Springs, CT 06076
His response was as follows:
Good morning, Ms. Rondeau.
I can tell you unequivocally that absolutely no member of the US military is, at any time, forced by policy or lawful order to participate in any religious celebration or the practice of any particular religion – or the various legal interpretations of those religions – despite the fear-mongering and myth-making that exists to the contrary.
In his response to our question, Breasseale provided a new media contact for future reference and indicated that he will be transitioning to a new position beginning on Monday.
We then replied:
Thank you very much, Col., and I wish you the best in your new endeavor.
Last summer, we had contacted Breasseale about Obama’s questionable eligibility and the Maricopa County Cold Case Posse’s investigation which found that Obama’s documentation is fraudulent. At that time, Breasseale had characterized our query as “absurdities from the web.”
He then responded:
Thank you, Ma’am.
I always enjoyed your e-mails. Very thought provoking – kept me on my toes.