1. Coats wasn’t fired because he was using a legal drug, marijuana, for a legitimate purpose for which he had a prescription. He was fired for violating workplace policy.
Coats was fired for violating the workplace policy, but never for the legal purpose of marijuana with a prescription.
2. An employer isn’t able to fire a person who has anxiety because they are taking the correct medication to deal with the issue.
The person is taking medication to deal with anxiety, so the employer cannot fire him.
3. Employees don’t get fired for going out and having a few beers after work because alcohol is legal, but in Colorado so is marijuana.
Employees that go out to have a few beers after work don’t get fired as alcohol is legal and so is marijuana in Colorado.
4. Coats shouldn’t have been fired because he was trying to treat the pain he endured on a daily basis.
Coats was treating his pain that he endured on a daily basis and was fired, which he shouldn’t have been.
5. It’s not fair to discriminate against him because he was able to ease the pain of his multiple spasms by using marijuana.
Discriminating against him for using marijuana to ease the pain of multiple spasms isn’t fair.
6. Coats wasn’t harming anyone at his job because he was smoking marijuana but he was doing so on his own time and not at work.
Coats was smoking marijuana on his own leisure rather than on work and wasn’t harming anyone at his job.
7. Omar Gonzalez didn’t penetrate deep into the White House because of the swift actions of Secret Service agents.
Omar Gonzalez was captured by the Secret Service through swift action after previously going into a white house.
8. The Secret Service isn’t being compelled to explain its actions because of the way it responded to the breach of the White House, but how the breach occurred is under question.
The secret Service had not compelled to explain its actions in response to the breach of the white house but rather how the breach occurred.
9. Secret Service chief Julia Pierson won’t be fired because of her testimony before Congress yesterday. Her incompetence might cost her her job though.
The chief of the Secret Service, Julia Pierson’s incompetence might cost her job, nevertheless isn’t fired through her testimony before congress yesterday.
10. Secret Service agents didn’t use deadly force against the intruder because he was carrying a knife with a 4-inch blade.
The Secret Service never used deadly force against the intruder as he was carrying a 4-inch bladed knife.