I'm surprised Rush didn't think there'd be daycare centers run on military bases - families live on military bases, you know!
Panetta Orders Global Probe of Military Daycare Centers
Defense secretary Leon Panetta. This is something else I didn't know.
"Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on Tuesday ordered a worldwide review
of hiring practices at all U.S. military day care centers after the Army
revealed that it discovered problems with security background checks of
workers at a Washington-area center.
"Shortly after the Army said it was launching an investigation of
hiring practices at its 283 day care centers worldwide, Panetta's press
secretary, George Little, issued a statement saying Panetta supports the
review. Little said Panetta has directed each of the military services
to conduct similar reviews. The actions stem from the Sept. 26 arrests
of two Army employees accused of assaulting children at a Fort Myer,
Va., day care center. But the problem there apparently is much deeper;
indications are that at least 30 workers at the Fort Myer facility have
histories that call into question their suitability to care for
children, two officials said."
Well, then how did they get the position? When did the military
start running day care centers? What have I missed? I read this whole
story, I still don't know what it's really all about. "Panetta Orders
Global Probe of Military Day Care Centers." Military day care centers?