Just thought it was worth throwing it out there, this whole "the guys in his unit who were actually there aren't a good source of reference for whether he deserted or not" stuff from the State Department is ridiculously "fuck you"-able horse-shit.

Obviously doesn't mean they shouldn't have tried to bring him back, the "no man left behind" creed isn't nullified by conduct, but it's such a shitty, shitty position to take. Kind of have the feeling this is going to turn out to be a big deal for them, unlike say Benghazi or whatever it's pretty much bi-partisan outrage.