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Lt Col Charlie Brown
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Agreed. Dishonorable discharges are for serious offenses. Not refusing a vaccine that has issues.
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LTC Stephen F.
LTC Stephen F.
8 mo
Thank you my friend Lt Col Charlie Brown for weighing in and concurring with me.
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CPO Arthur Weinberger
CPO Arthur Weinberger
8 mo
This is a serious offense. It is endangering others lives.
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LCDR Philip Robinson
LCDR Philip Robinson
6 mo
I agrree with you Lt Col Brown. I'm not too sure why CPO Weinberger feels the way he does, but I respect his opinion.
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Cpl Benjamin Long
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I assume making civil rights felonies would be a cassus belli in an insurrection
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LTC Stephen F.
LTC Stephen F.
8 mo
I concur with your assessment Cpl Benjamin Long If the exercise of constitutionally authorized civil rights is sufficient to be charged with a felony, I expect an uprising would be on the near horizon. Hopefully the confrontation would be be peaceful. I expect many participating would have permits to carry firearms, mature enough to be patient, and well trained and disciplined.
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CPT Richard Trione
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I agree with this Act! Like Lt Col Charlie Brown, I believe a Dishonorable discharge is a very serious offense to be used to punish a person who does not believe in having a vaccine.
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LTC Stephen F.
LTC Stephen F.
8 mo
Thank you my friend CPT Richard Trione for responding and concurring that 'a Dishonorable discharge is a very serious offense to be used to punish a person who does not believe in having a vaccine."
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