WorldNetDaily reports that LTC Lakin will be confessing on G. Gordon Liddy’s TV show tomorrow.
The officer refusing Army orders until Barack Obama documents his eligibility to be president and commander in chief is hitting the airwaves tomorrow to answer questions about his challenge to the president.
Lt. Col. Terry Lakin is scheduled to be on the G. Gordon Liddy show tomorrow from 10-11 a.m. EDT.
As a conspiracy theorist I think this is a plot all intended to create a Wuterich issue thereby delaying any action while litigation is ongoing about out-takes. I did check, and there is no definition in the DSM IV for guano loco (but a change in the soon to be released DSM V may be expected perhaps). [n.1]
“Rather than contesting the suit,” Day wrote, “the Army took the highly peculiar step of revoking the major’s deployment order, suggesting that the Pentagon generals are not entirely confident that they can demonstrate the legitimacy of their purported commander in chief.
“The Pentagon’s decision to back down rather than risk exposing Obama’s birth records to the public means that every single American soldier, sailor, pilot and Marine now holds a ‘get out of war free’ card.”
The major – referring to the abortive case of Major Cook — was on voluntary orders. He could have just as voluntarily asked to revoke them at any time up until the day before going. He chose to express his request to revoke the voluntary orders through litigation. So why not just revoke the orders. That’s not backing down.
A spokeswoman for the case, Margaret Calhoun Hemenway, told WND that whatever the “assignment” amounts to, Lakin’s access privileges were revoked, his computer was confiscated and he “is not permitted to support his Hippocratic oath … and take care of the troops as a doctor and a surgeon.”
This is standard procedure for anyone who is placed in a disciplinary status and won’t be working in the Pentagon anymore. Then of course, if it was a government computer the government is entitled to take it back. It’s organizational property, has to be accounted for, and LTC Lakin doesn’t need it anymore. There’s nothing sinister about that. He had the opportunity to practice his Hyppocratic oath, and along with his oath as a commissioned officer. He’s given both up.
n.1. The Urban Dictionary defines guano loco variously:
Crazy, in fact probably totally insane.
Acting in the manner of Tom Cruise jumping on Oprah’s sofa or Joaquin Phoenix on the Letterman show.
Hearing voices and imagining things that haven’t happened or people saying things that they haven’t.
Possibly caused by some recent trauma, however more than likely always present just brought to the surface in times of high emotion.