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    Some posters make me appreciate the ignore button. Thanks whoever designed the feature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farsidefan1 View Post
    Some posters make me appreciate the ignore button. Thanks whoever designed the feature.
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    I'd bet on the SEALs "complying" and finding an interesting way to still use it without technically violating any orders. It's what I would do. It won't go over well... not much more important in the Navy than tradition.

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    If it can't be on one sleeve, it will be on the other. Just about willing to bet on it.
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    I think we all know where stupid orders like this originate. It's either directly from the Marxist in the Whitehouse or Obama sycophants in the chain of command. This administration has done more to damage and harass the military than any President U.S. history. He has seriously damaged the military and doesn't deserve their respect or loyalty; but he is dealing with men and woman who know the meaning of honor. Honor, honesty, and loyalty are three principles beyond the comprehension of our President.

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