Stolen Valor….I hope this ruling is appealed via @KurtSchlichter

Friday, July 16th, 2010

div class=Amp_Commentary_Wrapdiv class=Amp_Post_TextpBut before it is, you all should respect me for my many and notable awards for my most excellent service in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq (first war) and my multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Also have the purple star. br /
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Now, that kind of resumé padding should be okay? How is that okay?/p/div/divdiv class=Amp_Content_Outerdiv class=Amp_Top_Wrapdiv class=Amp_Source_FirstspanAmplifyrsquo;d from a rel=clipsource target=_blank title= href= class=Amp_Middle_Wrapblockquote class=Amp_Content_Item cite= cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0trtdh2 id=AutoGeneratedID-0Judge rules Stolen Valor Act unconstitutional/h2/td/tr/table/blockquotediv class=Amp_Content_Hr/divblockquote class=Amp_Content_Item cite= cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0trtddiv id=AutoGeneratedID-1
By Dan Elliott – The Associated Pressbr /
Posted : Friday Jul 16, 2010 19:14:54 EDT/div/td/tr/table/blockquotediv class=Amp_Content_Hr/divblockquote class=Amp_Content_Item cite= cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0trtdp id=AutoGeneratedID-2DENVER #8212; A law that makes it illegal to lie about being a war hero is unconstitutional because it violates free speech, a federal judge ruled Friday as he dismissed a case against a Colorado man who claimed he received two military medals./p/td/tr/table/blockquotediv class=Amp_Content_Hr/divblockquote class=Amp_Content_Item cite= cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0trtdp id=AutoGeneratedID-3U.S. District Judge Robert Blackburn dismissed the case and said the law is unconstitutional, ruling the government did not show it has a compelling reason to restrict that type of statement./pspan class=Amp_Source_Buttona rel=clipsource target=_blank title= href= more at class=Amp_Bottom_Wrapnbsp;/div/divdiv class=Amp_LinkSee this Amp at a href=