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The good, the bad, and the ugly

Dr. Conspiracy

If you scroll all the way down to the bottom of this page, you’ll see two columns of web sites, one headed “The Good” and one headed “The Bad” and a blank space to the right. That blank space may one day hold the third category of web sites, “The Ugly.”

On a web page, often less is more. Put too much, and the visitor sees nothing. Put a few choice items on the page, and the visitor sees everything. I don’t want to be encyclopedic with these lists, but if I missed something obvious, comment on it. I’m still puzzling what to put in the Ugly column.

Fox News consultant weighs in on Lakin trial

Lieutenant General Thomas G. McInerney (USAF Retired), military affairs analyst for Fox News Network, has filed an affidavit with the US Army in support of LTC Terry Lakin’s “civil disobedience” (my phrase) challenge  to Barack Obama’s disregard of birther demands to prove that he is really president. McInerney urges the Convening Authority to allow Lakin discovery into records related to Obama’s eligibility both to prove Lakin’s guilt or innocence, but also to reassure all others in the military about the legality of their orders.

McInerney says that what Lakin did, refusing to deploy with his unit, is exactly what ever officer is trained to do if he has the slightest doubt about the President’s paperwork (my words). McInerney is the highest-ranking officer to have questioned the eligibility of President Obama, describing questions about Obama’s eligibility as “legitimate”.

If you would like to hear it in McInerney’s words, keep reading below and and here for commentary from the Military Law and Justice blog.

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