Birthers – next

Thanks to obamaconsipiracy.org here are some links and information about a new military-birther case?

Air Force Staff Sergeant Refusing Orders Until Obama’s Eligibility Dealt With

Did LTC Lakin and his case have an effect on other members of the military?  Maybe so.

Air+Force+Staff+Sergeant+Daryn+MoranBasically, I’d rather follow Mr. Lakin, the ex-Army officer who went to Ft. Leavenworth, into war against our real enemies.

OC.com links to an earlier article in WND apparently about this same service-member.

Staff sergeant may lose career over ‘gay’ indoctrination:  Accused of refusing to support homosexuality

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8 responses to “Birthers – next”

  1. SueDB says:

    Who is next up on the duty roster??

  2. SueDB says:

    I requoted you over at The Fogbow…
    Thanks,
    SueDB

  3. Phil Cave says:

    So far the offenses by this young seem to be less serious than those committed by LTC Lakin. It is possible they will seek to take action administratively (through an Article 15, UCMJ) punishment. It will be interesting if they proceed on that route. He has the right to object to an Article 15 proceeding which leaves the command with the options of: taking no further action, or sending the case to court-martial, or proceeding with administrative separation for misconduct.

  4. Kenneth Olsen says:

    The service member raises legitimate issues about the authenticity of Obama’s internet postings. Funny how no one in the military justice system seems particularly interested in the litany of anomalies in Obama’s posted document. Ah well, never mind. Instead, let’s laud the incredible legal innovation of some unusual character presenting long-sought evidence when and how he feels like it and then declaring the matter is closed! Next!

  5. mikeyes says:

    This time around we should just number the reasons why the military has different rules and whenever a birther starts to troll we can just say, “Number 21” and not waste time with dunderheads. I confess that I did miss some of the LTC Lakin stuff however.

  6. The Law Office of Philip D. Cave Viking says:

    It looks like he was already processed for a discharge based on his unwillingness to accept the change in DADT and racist comments, before he decided to raise the birth issue. So whether or not he’s committed to the birth issue is open to question. Apparently his discharge was approved on 4 August 2011, for reasons unrelated to his current “concern.” And he certainly isn’t AWOL apparently according to official statements of USAFE.

  7. SueDB says:

    Apparently, he is a moron-come-lately to Birfistan. He seems to be more along the DADT homophobs.

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