Instead of being more careful with your copy and paste techniques, I would recommend a closer reading of the amendment to which you make reference.
To wit, can you point me to the law Congress made that is forbidding the behavior in question?
There is, after all, nothing in the Constitution that specifically prohibits officers from fraternizing with those of lower rank, but it is still a rule to be followed, right? Just like the rule that was violated here.
My hostility comes from the constant, continual and nearly all encompassing attack against all Christian identification’s by a large segment of our society.
Even going so far as to demand that a cross that is part of a war memorial in the San Diego area be removed because it “violates the separation of church and state” issue.
So, yeah, I may have jumped the shark on this particular episode, but only by a bit.