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Bergdahl and Obama deserve the same cell

Posted: June 9, 2014 2:00 a.m.
Updated: June 9, 2014 2:00 a.m.

Regarding Bowe Bergdahl’s release in exchange for five terrorists, when this soldier enlisted in the Army, he knew the challenges ahead of him in military life, and one of those challenges was the possibility of capture by the enemy.

He also knew what was expected of him if captured by the enemy.

But in the life of Bowe Bergdahl, he violated article(s) of the UCMJ (Uniform Code of Military Justice) by laying down his rifle, taking off his bullet-proof vest and walking away from his post.

According to some of the military personnel in the same unit with him, he was just upset with the way the war was going.

What garbage. What cowardice.

This Army man violated the UCMJ and should face a court-martial and be put in prison. There were honorable men from his unit killed looking for him.

Plain and simple, he is a coward and a traitor and should be dealtwith accordingly.

And as for President Obama, he should be impeached for giving aid to the enemy. I just heard him giving a speech in which he said: “We have defeated the Taliban and destroyed their leadership.”

Obama once again bypassed Congress and on his own released five of the most treacherous and active Taliban killers back to the Taliban. Now they can regroup, be briefed and go back to trying to kill Americans on our soil once again.

Believe me, it is going to happen.

I just do not understand how either party can let Obama get away with this violation of the law. He is a traitor to his country.

Bergdahl should face court-martial for betraying his country and Obama should be impeached for giving aid and comfort to the enemy, the Taliban, because he certainly does not have any love or concern for this country.

Secretary of Defense Hagel should be removed from office for telling the citizens that the soldier’s life was in jeopardy and the government had to act quickly for the soldier’s safety.

That traitor was with the Taliban for five years. Sorry, soldier, but you asked for it and you got what you wanted: another life other than the U.S. military. 

I only hope that somewhere in the Democratic crowd of leaders there is someone who is man enough to stand up to those who make the decisions. But that would be asking for too much, seeing that they left their spines at home when they went to Washington, D.C.

The only satisfaction that I can see is that Bergdahl and Obama get the same cell.

I can see nor feel any sympathy or compassion for these traitors.

This is one citizen’s opinion and, yes, one proud member of the United States Marine Corps. Semper Fidelis.


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