Take your Nexium before you read this, because it will cause heartburn:
No Crime In Stealing Honor
That's right. It is, in their deteriorated perspective of justice, a Constitutional right to claim that you have received the nation's highest recognition for valor. It is perfectly fine for a sleaze bag to stand in the public eye and bask in the acclaim which is afforded someone who risked their life, acting above and beyond the call of duty, without penalty. In their sheltered existence they believe that no one is harmed by this. No one is demeaned. No one loses something which they should hold as extremely precious.
One voice of apparent sanity spoke from the bench, but was drowned out by the liberal loons who find nothing glorious about heroism:
The dissenting justice insisted that the majority refused to follow clear Supreme Court precedent that false statements of fact are not entitled to First Amendment protection.
Lies are not, should not, can not, be protected speech. There is no inalienable or Constitutional right to lie, particularly if such a lie is to claim the respect that is only due to a very rare and special group of warrior patriots.
This one must be granted cert and must reach the docket of the Supreme Court before the current administration can shift the balance with one more progressive justice.