I guess that means that you support the officers who refused to deploy, because they believed that Obama was the ligitimate president, because he wasn't a natural born citizen.Not if the order itself was illegal - which, once again, is a matter of debate.
Well, I certainly respect their right to want to make that argument if that's what they believe. Whether or not they can actually provide evidence and rationale for their belief is another matter. This might be a leetle stretch, but I'm gonna go with they probably can't come up with a sound argument.I guess that means that you support the officers who refused to deploy, because they believed that Obama was the ligitimate president, because he wasn't a natural born citizen.
Since birthers and most other conspiracy theorists are stupid by definition, my problem with those guys isn't so much that they did something wrong or criminal, but that they're just being idiots.
FYI: Both Watada and Choi are guilty of conduct unbecoming an officer, which is punishable by a dishonorable discharge.
Let the hypocrisy spill out all over the place!
Choi please he admitted he was gay, and worked to point out DADT was a stupid regulation. He didn't make it a ridiculous spectacle and showed honor. When he tesified one could tell he really wanted to make the military better for everyone.
The Marines who desecrated a corpse did not show honor. Not only did they committ an act that would be criminal in the civilian world. They dishonored themselves, their service and their country. They went even further and put the whole thing on video so the world could share the same they brought on themselves their service and their country. They inflamed hatred. So for being dishonorable they deserve dishonorable discharge.
Basically, you're telling us that you're all about enforcement of the rules that you agree with and to hell with the ones that you don't like.
Hey! I get it, brother!!! You did a damn fine job making my point for me.