Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Birthers Get Thrown A Bone

A judge said he would listen to "the merits" of Alan Keyes' case challenging Obama's presidency. While a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office said the move was merely procedural, birth conspiracy proponents are encouraged.
And a soldier refuses to be deployed to Afghanistan because he believes Obama presidency is illegitimate.
U.S. Army Maj. Stefan Frederick Cook has argued that he shouldn't have to go to Afghanistan because the man sending him there isn't really president.
In the 20-page document -- filed July 8 with the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia -- the California-based [Alan Keyes lawyer Orly] Taitz asks the court to consider granting his client's request based upon Cook's belief that Obama is not a natural-born citizen of the United States and is therefore ineligible to serve as commander-in-chief of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Cook further states he "would be acting in violation of international law by engaging in military actions outside the United States under this President's command. ... simultaneously subjecting himself to possible prosecution as a war criminal by the faithful execution of these duties."
Ironic that the government is discharging willing and able gay soldiers and preventing them from fulfilling their duty and this "patriot" is using the birther conspiracy as an excuse not to send his cowardly ass to Afghanistan. Fine, dishonorably discharge the fucker.

1 comment:

Annette said...

The Army should give this asshole a dishonorable discharge for failure to carry out his duty.. this is ignorant. I cannot believe he is going to be able to get by with this. One other time there was one who was in Iraq who stated he was not going to follow orders because of Pres. Obama and I asked GI the Joe (before he was the LT) about it at GDAB and we discussed it I just can't believe the military is tolerating this now.