The military has national trust because it is not political

by Mary Brown

He should be in the brig. What would happen if airman,sailors,or soldiers could question a presidents authority? Some people believe President Bush was a war criminal. The Congress validated this election and President Obama was sworn in by the Chief Justice. THEY and not Lt Easterling decide. Throw him in the brig and throw away the key. The military is trusted and respected because it is not political. Lt. Easterling has betrayed his oath. This is an oath my dad, my husband's dad, my husband, two of my sons and my nephew honored. Lt. Easterling dishonors it.

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Not political???????
by: Vietnam Vet in Communist MA

Mary -- I appreciate your comments; however, SOMEONE has to challenge the constitutionality of the Obamessiah's election, and who better than somewone sworn to uphold and defend the constitution?

I find it hard to believe that you don't question the legality of the citizenship requirement of the person currently posing as Commander in Chief? Someone who refuses to release an original of his birth certificate -- someone who hates the military, hates democracy, hates free speech, hates capitalism and the free market?

Military Officer's Oath
by: Janet, Editor

Mary, thank you for joining our conversation.

Actually, Lt. Easterling IS upholding his oath. Military officers swear to "support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic." He believes, as do many others, that Barack Obama does not meet the simple eligibility requirements for president set forth in our Constitution.

As a military officer, he swore to support and defend the Constitution, not the President. His oath does not require him to follow what he believes to be illegal orders from someone he believes does not meet the Constitutional requirements for the office of President. In fact, members of the military have a duty NOT to follow illegal orders.

For the difference in oaths sworn by officers and enlisted military members (who do swear to "obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me"), return to Soldier Challenges Obama's Eligibility.

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