Military community reaction mixed to Bergdahl release

Now truth comes out. American troops died to get this guy, but read now the truth and ask why?
This is the man that we traded for 5 High Profile Taliban soldiers out of the Prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The man was a deserter from the U.S. Army. He was "ashamed to be an American Soldier". U.S. Soldiers were killed trying to find this man. The President of the United States is required to give Congress, 30 days notice, before anything like this can happen, or even contemplated. Our, President, says that such requirements, "interfere with his Executive Powers", as his justification for doing this. This man, even though he was a Constitutional Law Professor, has no intention of following the checks and balances that were set up by our Forefathers, in the Constitution.

This man needs to be impeached for this. It is a slap in the face to every man that has worn a Soldier's uniform, and, represented this Country. It is a slap in the face to those First Responders for 9/11.

How in the world can you justify releasing 5 Taliban Soldiers for this guy?

These were guys responsible for the attack of 9/11. I have included a link that tells the Story about who this guy is, and, what happened in order to secure his release. The People of this Country, whether Liberal, or Conservative, cannot tolerate this kind of behavior from The President. I don't hide the fact that I do not like Barack Obama's Politics. But, this goes beyond Politics. This is utter disdain for the People of this Country.

And, I am sick of this guy. He needs to go, Now!
~ RR

Navy Times
31 May 2014

Though Americans may be celebrating the release of the only American soldier held prisoner in Afghanistan by the Taliban, the reaction of the military community has been mixed at best.

Within an hour of the announcement that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was handed over to U.S. special forces by the Taliban Saturday evening, Army Times’ Facebook page lit up with hundreds of comments reacting to the news.

Most centered on the circumstances surrounding Bergdahl's capture, which remain something of a mystery. There has been some speculation that he willingly walked away from his unit, raising the question of whether he could be charged with being absent without leave (AWOL) or desertion.

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