Army “Birther” Doctor gets a off easy.
Posted by Enkill_Eridos on December 22, 2010
I saw an article today about an Army Doctor that was sent to prison for six months, and discharged from the army for disobeying a deployment order. His reason, despite many independent websites like factcheck.org, he didn’t think the President was a natural citizen. So he didn’t go with his unit to be deployed to Afghanistan. Many birthers are going to say he was correct. But this is coming from a movement that has pretty extreme views. I mean they still think they are right even after proven wrong. My personal opinion is that these people are idiots. Mainly because they are told it’s true by other idiots, whose entire basis on this theory is because the man is name Barrack Hussein Obama. Which sounds Muslim and foreign. (why many say he is a secret Muslim..but what would it matter if he was Muslim or not? This is America and freedom of religion applies to everyone. Not just Christians.) Even so they are still wrong…either tell the truth. That you don’t like the man based on the fact his name sounds Muslim and a lot of supposed Christian pastors speak bad about Islam. (Fundamentalist Christians make up a majority of the Republican Party.) So the dots are connected, stop trying to say your bogus theory is correct because it is not. Say it like it is, you want the man to fail, because you don’t want someone responsible for fixing problems the previous president created based on his name sounds like it would be common in the Middle East. Lie to the world, lie to yourselves, but I know the truth. It is all about EGO..not even because he is black. But because his father wasn’t an American and because his name doesn’t sound like a Christian name. So the birther movement, the tea-party movement, and the Republican Party (pretty much all the same organization, imagine that.) these people who blame the Democrats for higher taxes. But the Republican party fought FOR the extension and they even added a few extra things so they can keep their summer homes or jets or whatever higher taxes for them would force them to sacrifice. Numbers don’t lie. A majority of the Republicans voted for the tax extension (while having propaganda pushed out that it was the Administration and the Democratic Parties fault.) Given the fact that the Republican Party has wasted more money and effort by trying to make this administration fail, rather than actually doing their jobs and helping to fix our country. It is no surprise that a supporter in the US Military, responsible for saving the lives of soldiers also decided to not do his job. I mean if the Republican Party can do it, I am sure he thought he could do it as well. The difference is that the Republicans in congress, their decision to not do their jobs really doesn’t cause anyone to lose their life. This guys decision, very well may have cost someone theirs.
I know the first part of this makes it seem like a Republican Party bashing article. Partly it is, but this isn’t about faulty politics. This is about faulty politics putting service members lives at risk. What happens? Well this guy only gets 6 months in a federal prison, and no military pension. It is a slap on the wrist for deserting while in the US Military. I mean during the Bush Administration many enlisted members were court-martialed and sentenced to 5 to 10 years because they refused to go to Iraq. Their argument was that President Bush did not have the majority vote, therefore never should have become President. Which was a more valid reason, than oh I think the president may not be an American. The difference is the President Bush controversy and accusations was based on plausible concern. The President Obama controversies are based on rumors, and lies. This guy gets a slap on the wrist for endangering lives. This story would not bother me so much if it was any other job in the military. Or if his right to practice medicine inside the United States was revoked. I mean six months and a revocation of military pension is a slap on the wrist. In six months this guy could go get a private practice, more likely he would get money from a clinic type of practice rather than a traditional type of private practice. Since a clinic based practice is more affordable, to the middle class without employer based health insurance and with the prices of private premiums and the fact you have to basically be very poor to be eligable for medicaid. That would be his best way of making money. I mean with this sentence it does nothing but remove him from the military, with very little future impact. I mean in six months he could probably get a job, if one has not been offered to him yet. In my opinion there should be more than just a slap on the wrist for not doing your job when lives depend on you to do it. Especially in the military.