quote: All the down ratings. Not a single defense for the cuts on military health care benefits. Because there is no defense for it.
quote: Please cite an example of an active duty service member doing that without any response.
quote: Obama is currently commander-in-chief and while this guy may not like him it doesn't somehow make him right to disobey the orders that are not unlawful.
quote: Sounds like a guy blowing off some steam. And he should have every right to do so. If we ask them to die for our freedoms, they should enjoy those very same ones we do.
quote: Literally saying he won't follow orders (even just 'some') is prejudicial to good order and discipline, and is a very, very serious offense.
quote: Yeah right, you wouldn't be saying that if the President was a Republican. In fact if that were the case, this guy wouldn't even be getting discharged.
quote: This happened many times under Bush I'm sure, I don't recall hearing about people getting discharged over it.
quote: The people that live and die so our free speech is protected shouldn't have less freedom of speech than we do. That's absurd.
quote: Military servicemen take an oath to the Constitution and the country, NOT the President.
quote: America is losing it's freedoms by the day and everyone is rushing to give away more.
quote: posted on Facebook that he refused to follow orders given by Obama.
quote: The Marines are taking Stein's actions very seriously, considering the fact that Marines take an oath to defend the Constitution
quote: imposes and supports laws and regulations that oppose core constitutional limitations?
quote: As of yet, I'm unaware of any manner in which Obama has been shown to have legally and unequivocally been guilty of violating the Constitution.
quote: BTW just for clarity, the new laws allow the military to arrest people on US Soil, which is clearly unconstitutional.
quote: NO they do not. I looked it up myself. Hype and hysteria.
quote: President Obama said “I have signed this bill despite having serious reservations with certain provisions that regulate the detention, interrogation and prosecution of suspected terrorists.”Worse, the NDAA authorizes the military to detain even US citizens under the broad new anti-terrorism provisions provided in the bill, once again without trial. There is some controversy on this point, in part because the law as written is entirely too vague.
quote: Hate to disagree with you, but here is what Forbes said about it...