Why in the world are we talking about pardons?! Clearly these men should never have been prosecuted to begin with. They should not have been subjected to any sort of punishment requiring pardons.
"Progressives" controlling our media, public education, and now, it seems, our military, refuse to differentiate between right and wrong, good and evil. But have we advanced so far into moral relativism that Afghan insurgents and other terrorists are to be treated better than our soldiers acting in self-defense? Apparently we have.
I believe that war is sometimes the most moral alternative in the cause of securing our nation. But this is true only if our soldiers are permitted - nay, empowered - to fight to win.
Is this the Twilight Zone?