- Jun 2010
- Colorado Springs (PA at heart)
That only supports what I was saying, that Arnold's switch was motivated by resentment and personal gain, not a moral conscious.Once again, Arnold was unjustly prosecuted and passed over for promotion by obviously incompetent officers. After being shot 3 times for his country, they rewarded him with a politically-motivated court martial.
Who betrayed whom first?
Arnold was arguably treated a bit unfairly, but I wouldn't call it a betrayal and it doesn't justify what he did. Obviously, Arnold felt it did, but I don't. You may disagree but your opinion seems to change with every post. First, you defend him by saying he was just following his moral conscious, now you're saying it was because he felt he was treated unfairly. I'm not sure it can be both at the same time (since doing something for revenge/personal gain is arguably not the most morally righteous choice) so which is it? Pick a defense and stick with it, otherwise your argument won't hold water and it looks like you're just grasping at straws.