The article wrote:
“We have an obligation that if our civilian leaders give us an order, unless it is illegal, immoral or unethical, then we’re supposed to execute it, and to not do so would be considered insubordinate,” said Major Timothy Jacobsen, another student. “How do you define what is truly illegal, immoral or unethical? At what point do you cross that threshold where this is no longer right, I need to raise my hand or resign or go to the media?”
Welp, I think for starters, you should have paid attention to the situation from Iraq from the beginning.
Or if it turns out, as we go along, that our motivation for going was a real lie, then you've got to do some serious thinking.
But I think there's a more practical question to ask:
"Is this war really worth it?"