Florida National Guard

Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency for 35 Florida counties.
The National Hurricane Center said the hurricane has weakened to a Category 4 but is still a "life-threatening situation."
Why does Chief J. Scott Dennis believe it to be good policy and practice to further target (literally and figuratively) people who have paid for their past mistakes? Does he think his policy has no real impact on the loved ones of those whose pictures his officers blast away?
There was one step forward for LGBT rights in Florida this week: The state's National Guard announced that same-sex married
It is true that as a soldier it is not your job to question the nature of a mission, but what if that mission violates your morality so much you cannot reconcile it with your most basic beliefs?