Retired Wingnut Gen. Boykin Says Military Would Like To Kill Obama, But Guesses It's Not Constitutional Though
Don't you just hate it when the president is doing political correctness to the military, allowing the chicks and gay and such to serve their country like some kind of people who want to serve their country, and you can't even kill him? Retired Lt. General William Boykin -- the dude so nucking futs that even George Dubya Bush had to go apology touring for him back in the olden days and saying stuff like, "Nah, we don't really hate Muslims that much wink wink" -- says some in the military sure do:
"People I've spoken to would like to see the military 'fulfill their constitutional duty and take out the president,'" Retired Army Lt. Gen. William Boykin told World Net Daily, a website best known for pushing Obama "birther" conspiracy theories. "Our Constitution puts a civilian in charge of the military and as a result a coup would not be constitutional. You're not going to see a coup in the military."
Seriously, yo, that is so messed up. What kind of ungodly America are we living in when the Constitution might not even allow military members to fulfill their constitutional duty to kill the president? Obama's America, that's what.
And it is The Worst, according to Boykin, that people in the military are being forced to be in the military, right next to the aforementioned chicks and gays, and they can't even do anything about it -- not even a coup or an assassination or anything! -- just because of some totally dumb legal jargon in the Constitution, which is totally obsolete anyway because our founders certainly did not intend for all that hippie dippy feel-good mumbo jumbo about all men being equal to apply to all men. Certainly not all women. Certainly definitely not some uppity "president" from Kenya.
But alas and sigh and woe is them, the poor downtrodden Obama-oppressed people in the military who would like to fulfill their constitutional duty to coup Obama all the way back to Kenya really have their hands tied by, you know, the Constitution, darn the luck.