posted on Mar, 31 2014 @ 05:28 PM
So it's okay for a Commander in Chief to lie us into a war that costs untold billions of dollars and millions of lives (they're not done dying yet)
and crap all over the Constitution with such wonders as the Patriot Act, written long before the BIG LIE of 9-11, and in the end you'll retire with
Secret Service protection, a nifty pension and elder statesman status, but if some guys who need to learn the most complicated physics, mathematics,
nuclear weapons and power plant operation ever devised use as a study manual old tests on that subject, they're fireable?
Okey Dokey, good to know that there's justice in the U.S. Military.
Seems to me it'd be pretty easy to assure no cheating on a test. It's called having proctors and confiscating all electronic devices at the door,
and not hiring people for starters who need remedial math courses. I've investigated the nuclear power technician training courses; only the best of
the best get into that field. Study would be a full time, continuous process and it is obviously not for the faint of heart, given the dangers and
responsibilities. Ever seen the movie K-19, the Widowmaker? Yikes. If there's a radiation leak and you're on a submarine, prepare to die horribly
trying to save the life of everyone else on board.
Now, being President, by comparison that's easy. Just do what your handlers say and you won't get your head blown off in public, thus making an
example out of you for the next several decades.