In fact, her lack of guts, previously illustrated by her continuing failure to hold open town hall meetings, was accented today with this little blurb:
When reached for comment about this policy change, U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, said she's waiting until May to share her stance on whether the military should allow women in combat.
"The branches of the military will present their plans for integrating women into combat roles in May, and I will review that plan," she said by email. "My number one priority for our military is to ensure the efficient operation of our troops in combat."
Because she hasn't been told what it's supposed to be, yet.Despite the Pentagon's old policy, women have found themselves in combat. In the recent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, 152 U.S. servicewomen died