· I wish I were an Oscar Meyer Weiner
Holy p00p! Do tell please! Peanut gallery demands the story!This reminds me of the time a dip**** instructor wore a SEAL trident on his uniform to class one day. Needless to say he did not have the physical fitness to support such an accomplishment, and he had a VERY stern talking to.
They're still scumbags when they do it. It just shouldn't be illegal unless they gain from it. Attempt to defraud is already illegal.I have never served but would like to think Honor still exists among those who did. There is no honor among thieves; today's ruling hasn't changed that nor would it have it went the other way.
If that is the case then i'm glad it was struck down. It's like banning smoking because people throw butts on the ground and littering is already illegal. Or banning renting out an apartment (zoning laws) because of noise concerns when there is already a noise ordnance. We need less laws and actually enforce them, not more laws that solve nothing.As I understand it, the Stolen Valor Act didn't prohibit imitating a veteran, it only prohibited imitating a veteran for fraudulent purposes.