Stop Calling Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl a ‘Deserter’: He’s a Conscientious Objector

If you walk away from your post during war-time it is attempted ‘Murder’ of your brothers and sisters of war!
If he did not then and only then could he be another hero!

Conscientious Objector
somebody whose conscience forbids military service: somebody who, for moral or religious reasons, believes it is wrong to wage war and therefore refuses to join or serve in any branch of the armed services
Definition of Deserting one post in war If the member is on guard or watch duty and then leaves their post without authorization, with the intent to abandon the post:: Bad-conduct discharge, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, reduction to the lowest enlisted grade, and confinement for 6 months.

United States Hypocrisy


The tiny town of Hailey, Idaho had been gearing up all week for the eventual return of a man long hailed as an American hero caught in the nation’s twelve-year “War on Terror”. When it was announced on May 31st that 28 year-old U.S. Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, who remained the sole American prisoner-of-war held hostage in either Afghanistan or Iraq, was finally returning home the reaction in Hailey and in most of America was ecstatic. Fast forward less than 24 hours later and the mood had not only soured, but completely reversed course, with conservative Americans and even some liberals decrying the price paid for his safety as not being worth it. The political dialogue surrounding Bowe Bergdahl’s release has become so intensely vitriolic that, after receiving threatening calls from people all over the country, the town of Hailey has decided to call off the “Welcome Home” celebration. What’s so…

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