posted on Dec, 29 2011 @ 02:31 AM
reply to post by projectvxn
I'm sorry my friend, but you are referring to "military actions" not an actual declaration of war. Personally, I don't know how the hell our
administration can call what would be deemed and act of war if it were committed against us a "military action"... I mean, seriously, was 9/11 an
act of war, or a "military action"?
The last time that the U.S. Congress declared war, as our constitution (which you swore an oath to defend, before swearing to obey the president)
clearly states must be done for any attack by our military to be carried out, was December 8, 1941, the day after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor
and declared war on the United States by doing so. I ask you, are we at war with Pakistan, Syria, Libya and all of the other places that our troops
are bombing with the aircraft you are going to be repairing and maintaining? Nope, didn't think so.
Your ignorance of breaking your oath is understandable. Your willful ignorance needed to continue doing so is unacceptable if you are to continue to
say that you take your oath seriously. We need honest men like you to stand up and spread this message if we are to see an end to the endless
bloodshed. Several of my friends in the service have come to accept this same message that I am giving you, and stand along side me in protesting
"wars" that were never legally sanctioned by the constitutional law that they swore to defend.