LETTER: Lying, now protected by free speechRecently, the Supreme Court upheld a decision by a Lower California court that a Mr. Alvarez claimed to be a 25-year retired Marine Corp veteran and had received the Congressional Medal of Honor and Purple Heart.
To the Editor:
Recently, the Supreme Court upheld a decision by a Lower California court that a Mr. Alvarez claimed to be a 25-year retired Marine Corp veteran and had received the Congressional Medal of Honor and Purple Heart. He was running for office and would have been elected if it hadn’t been for his opponent who did a background check and found Alvarez didn’t even serve this country or any other.
There were only three opposing votes from Alito, Scalia and Thomas who in my opinion is the only ones left on the Supreme Court with any sense of morality and what’s best for the nation. The Stolen Valor Act was created so people like Alvarez can’t go around claiming they are something they’re not for the purpose of personal gain. What’s worse is, George Washington instated a similar act in 1782 and even with this Alvarez was allowed to commit this crime and get away with it.
So let’s pretend to be a Liberal lawyer. We now know that the Supreme Court allows lying under Free Speech and the purpose of the Court is to put a crack in the dam so liberal lawyers can finish it off. No prayer in schools, no nativity scenes, no protection for women’s rights, and the list goes on. Oh, and get ready for the special prayer rooms for Muslim children at your local schools, they have to do it five times a day.
“So Johnny, did you do your homework like you’re supposed to?” “Yes mother.” “Then how come I received this letter from your teacher saying you haven’t turned in your assignments for the last six months?” “Oh, that.” “You lied to me.” “That’s OK mother, I’m protected by the First Amendment Rights and I only did it so you would think of me in a better way.” Does this sound like Stolen Valor to you, than you’re in the minority?
The source of this is from the recent edition of the Purple Heart Magazine. And did I tell you I served 186 years in the military and have 19 Congressional Medals? In Vietnam, it felt like that long.