The more cynical among us might suspect that Roughsedge's public resignation is a good career move — Fox News doubtless pays better than Suffolk. But no matter where he ends up, the Roughsedge's resignation, and the outrage the Boston Herald and Fox News mustered over it, remind us that free speech remains popular until the moment it's used to say something "objectionable" or "indecent." Roughsedge's service to his country has been sadly marred by his refusal to honor one of the rights for which he — and every military man and woman — has fought.

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