In a continuing series, STF asks if it is legal for the Secretary of the navy to decide contracts based on the politics of the locality?
Michelle Malkin: Navy to San Francisco: See ya, haters! references a news story, Navy scuttles plan to commission warship here, citing local politics,
Secretary of the Navy Donald C. Winter vetoed plans to commission the Makin Island, the Navy’s newest and most powerful warship, in San Francisco in 2008 because of a perception that the city is anti-military.
So San Francisco is not Republican enough to get military contracts? Didn’t we just have an election in which the public voted AGAINST corruption?