Here'd be my question.
First, lets say hypothetically they did punch the guy. Lets even you and I have no issue with that fact. However, when questioned about it they lie, officially, to their commanding officer and later its found out to be a lie.
Do you think they should be charged or not?
Second, if you answered "No, they should not be charged", what was your stance on the crimes of this man:
You know, the guy that the Republicans in congress went after, a thing many republicans/conservatives greatly agreed with, based on the notion that we are a people under a RULE OF LAW and that breaking the law...even if you're doing it to cover up something that was not at all illegal...is illegal.
Third, if you answered yes, what do you think of people this sign is supposed to be referencing:
Since I keep hearing in the Immigration debate that its important that every single one of them over here is punished because they broke the law, and it doesn't matter what reason they broke the law because we are a country of LAWS and those laws must be followed.
Both sides are right, we DON'T know the facts of the case. All we know is this, there is enough evidence that these guys:
the marines decided it was worth while to bring charges forth. So all those that answered yes please, tell me, why is it that you don't care about the Rule of Law and why you don't trust the above people's decisions on whether there's a potential violation of said law?
Do you hate the Military? Is that it? Are you anti-american (I figure I'd just join in the ridiculous demonization ride with you all)