The US military must not ever violate the US Constitution, as a uniformed, on-duty member of the military, and must understand and be warned that the risk and danger of lethal danger might become very high once the line of "government overreach" in the form of "one minor intentional and deliberate, maybe even unspoke about, violation of the US and state goverments' obligations under the US Constitution. Military court martial, arrest by law enforcement, and other dangers might literally apply here, in this passage of intentionally true and declarative by me, Philip J. White, writing too. Effective immediately, I believe it is already true, and, over time, will certainly not ever get *less* true. That is a good thing to keep in mind about my values while processing my intellectual property in accordance with the law and my explicit and clear statements, including about permissions, my honesty, my stated requests/demands, my stated facts about situations, and my statements about what I might believe, rightly or wrongly, might be "good suggestions" or even potentially "best practices."
-Philip Joseph White, DOB 12-06-1986