Monday, December 19, 2011

Traitor has the support of a lesser traitor

As accused US Army soldier Bradley Manning gets closer to a Court Martial for leaking thousands of classified documents and damaging both our war effort and our nation's credibility, it's not surprising to see him held out as an icon by other losers and malcontents who hate this country. But it was reported yesterday that he now has the support of Scott Olsen, the failed Marine who got himself injured during an Occupy Oakland attack on police earlier this year after being thrown out of the Marine Corps then setting up a website devoted to bashing the Corps and the war.
"Bradley Manning is my hero," said Scott Olsen, the Marine Corps veteran who was badly injured during a clash between police and Occupy Oakland protests in October.

Frankly, that's kind of like Jeffrey Dahmer declaring Ted Bundy to be his hero if you ask me.

And of course even though Mannings has admitted what he did, his lawyer is still working overtime to spin it in such a way that Manning is presented as a victim instead of the heinous turncoat and treasonous bastard that he really is.

Elect me President in 2012 and my first official act will be to deport Manning, Olsen and Manning's lawyer straightaway to Iraq in exchange for three carefully vetted Iraqis who want to come here and become loyal US citizens.

7 comments:

  1. He compromised millions of classified documents (many of which were very properly classified) because of the pressure he was under due to lack of acceptance under the DA/DT policy in place. He certainly wouldn't have done it if he could have openly admitted his orientation...says his attorney.

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  2. There are exquisite provisions in the Uniform Code of Military Justice that I believe will deal Manning the hand he deserves.

    Traitorous, self-absorbed punk.

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  3. "Bradley Manning is my hero," said Scott Olsen, the Marine Corps veteran who was badly injured during a clash between police and Occupy Oakland protests in October.

    Scot Olsen badly injured????

    I've had girl friends, in my youth, that slapped me harder for putting my hand where it wasn't yet welcomed.

    Manning? Just shoot the piece of shit.

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  4. I find it interesting that they are looking at eh I'm Gay defense...

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  5. Though it is a shame what he did, I do sort of like that he embarrassed a lot of people in the Obama administration.

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  6. He volunteered; not drafted.
    Traitor in time of war.
    Q

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  7. I agree except for the "...and his lawyer" part.

    Anyone charged with a crime, in the military or not, deserves a defense. That's guaranteed in both the US Constitution and the UCMJ.

    However, in Manning's case, once convicted, I say - full punishment.

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