i would have to agree with the article for the most part. yes, it is morally wrong to lie about military honors but at the same time it isn't hurting anybody. if that person can go that low to claim something they were never given just to make people look at them a little differently, then so be it. those people that do so have what's coming for them. no need to prosecute them. once someone is accused that they really aren't and are threatened to go public about it, they won't be any trouble. people like that do not want any trouble for the most part. they just want to be acknowledged. others take it and use it as power and saying that they are above said person. i guess my opinion could be a little one-sided since ive never been in the military, and i can see how it can infuriate some who are or were in the military; someone saying the received the medal of honor when a real soldier never got it when they were in the military some 10+ years.