We have a fundamental problem. Let me describe it:
If you serve in the military, you are subject to UCMJ. As has happened before, you can have disciplinary action taken against you for comments made, for example, on Facebook.
In a response to a comment I made recently about our current situation, an officer stated: "Be careful, he is still the Commander in Chief."
This is an inherent problem. A politician, upon taking up office, becomes the Commander in Chief of the nations military. He can then not be questioned.
What if that politician is an impostor and a traitor? What if he plans to destroy the very country of which he has become head? What about consistent acts of treachery? Does he still get a pass due to the protection of the office?
If you serve in the military, is it your duty to be a robot, a false patriot, motivated by simply doing what you are told? Are you supposed to be a part of the machine, blindly doing what you are told? Or are you a responsible citizen first?
Read the following article and have a think about that one:
Live Hard, Die Free.