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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Salty, Apr 14, 2010.
Do you think this doctor is a birther?
Has he delivered any baby's
I think he is wrong in his decision, but he seems willing to pay the price. He must feel strongly about this issue.
Why ask? According to the article it is obvious that he is. He has a valid point. Sufficient proof has still not been provided.
And another thing, why has Barack Obama not released the transcripts for his grades from Occidental College, Columbia University and Harvard Law? He also has not released his SAT and LSAT scores. When still no explanation has been offered for not releasing them.
The reason, I put this up, is that finally there is someone who is willing to put something on the line for his belief.
When we allow our commissioned officers to become the arbiters of who and who is not their commander-in-chief then our military is doomed. Right or not, Congress and every court who has heard this case has ruled that President Obama is indeed president.
The colonel should indeed be court martialed and suffer the consequences of his decision.
And yes, he would be a 'birther' as that term has developed.
This doctor/surgeon is not trying to dodge his military duty as he has already served a deployment in Afghanistan previous to this President. He's had 18 years in the Army. Just 2 years away from a 20 year retirement..... He is laying it on the line for something he believes in. A post on another site in answer to a comment left by a negative responder says it well:
I'm praying for him.. Right or wrong..... he's even more of a patriot, in my way of thinking..... and I'd have no doubt his willingness to defend our country with his life if required. It's too bad that our courts and our Congress will not insure that this question of Obama's birth hasn't been answered...... that it takes a man such as Lt. Col. Lakin placing his career on the line to try to get attention to the importance of the constitutional question which Obama continues to block.
The man may be willing to pay the price for his belief, but he is incorrect in his belief.