This past Thursday 13 American Soldiers were killed and another 30 wounded at a horrific mass shooting at US Army installation, Ft Hood Texas. As I watched in horror and then anger I recalled my two years of final service in the Army as a Battalion Commander at Ft Hood, 2002-2004.
My wife and two daughters were stunned at the incident having lived on the post in family housing.
Answer by tnmomofive at 9:58 AM on Nov. 26, 2009
Answer by tnmomofive at 9:59 AM on Nov. 26, 2009
We have become so politically correct that our media is more concerned about the stress of the shooter, Major Nidal Malik Hasan. The misplaced benevolence intending to portray him as a victim is despicable. The fact that there are some who have now created an entire new classification called; “pre-virtual vicarious Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)” is unconscionable.
Answer by tnmomofive at 10:00 AM on Nov. 26, 2009
Answer by Carpy at 10:22 AM on Nov. 26, 2009
No one in leadership seems willing to sound the alarm for the American people; they are therefore complicit in any future attacks. Our Congress should suspend the insidious action to vote on a preposterous and unconstitutional healthcare bill and resolve the issue of “protecting the American people”.
When tolerance becomes a one way street it certainly leads to cultural suicide. We are on that street. Liberals cannot be trusted to defend our Republic, because their sympathies obviously lie with their perceived victim, Major Nidal Malik Hasan
Answer by QuinnMae at 10:48 AM on Nov. 26, 2009
Answer by QuinnMae at 10:49 AM on Nov. 26, 2009
Answer by happi-ladi at 10:56 AM on Nov. 26, 2009
On Thursday, 5 November 2009 Ft Hood became a part of the battlefield in the war against Islamic totalitarianism and state sponsored terrorism.
It didn't become a part of that when all them other soldiers killed people on bases but this is different? no
Answer by Anonymous at 11:03 AM on Nov. 26, 2009
Answer by tnmomofive at 11:08 AM on Nov. 26, 2009
Answer by grlygrlz2 at 11:16 AM on Nov. 26, 2009