Chris Kyle Murder: Eddie Ray Routh, Iraq War vet accused in shooting...

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Texas, FORT WORTH - Eddie Ray Routh, an Iraq War veteran charged with killing best-selling author Chris Kyle was reportedly taken to a mental hospital twice and told authorities he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, according to police records.
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Iraq Vet

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He may have been taken to a mental hospital, but got no help, as usual. This country is so much more concerned with giving voting rights and drivers licenses to aliens, along with free health care and an expensive bi-lingual education, we don't have the time or money to take car eof our own.
The VA cannot help you if your income is above their threshold. If you're a working stiff and have troubles, and don't have your own insurance, you are truly screwed, by the VA and your own country.
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When Homeland Security director Janet Napolitano released a report in April 2009 identifying right-wing extremists as a threat to the country, conservatives howled. The general sentiment was expressed by Michelle Malkin, who declared the report a “piece of crap … propaganda … an Obama hit job.” Jonah Goldberg complained that the DHS report failed to stick “to the practice of describing these groups with more specificity and without the catchall, ideologically loaded descriptors.” Well, now that we have learned the murderer of six people at a Wisconsin Sikh temple was a well-known white supremacist, conservatives might want to consider reexamining their claims that terrorists don’t exist on the right side of the political spectrum.

Conservatives might be shocked that someone else besides a Muslim can commit an act of terrorism, but white supremacists and neo-Nazis have been recognized as genuine threats for years. FBI documents declassified in July reveal that the bureau has been worried about right-wing extremists for a long time — so many years, in fact, that many seem to have forgotten that white supremacists, who pioneered homegrown terrorism with the Ku Klux Klan, have not gone away.

http://www.salon.com/2012/08/07/fbi_right_win...
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rider wrote:
When Homeland Security director Janet Napolitano released a report in April 2009 identifying right-wing extremists as a threat to the country, conservatives howled. The general sentiment was expressed by Michelle Malkin, who declared the report a “piece of crap … propaganda … an Obama hit job.” Jonah Goldberg complained that the DHS report failed to stick “to the practice of describing these groups with more specificity and without the catchall, ideologically loaded descriptors.” Well, now that we have learned the murderer of six people at a Wisconsin Sikh temple was a well-known white supremacist, conservatives might want to consider reexamining their claims that terrorists don’t exist on the right side of the political spectrum.
Conservatives might be shocked that someone else besides a Muslim can commit an act of terrorism, but white supremacists and neo-Nazis have been recognized as genuine threats for years. FBI documents declassified in July reveal that the bureau has been worried about right-wing extremists for a long time — so many years, in fact, that many seem to have forgotten that white supremacists, who pioneered homegrown terrorism with the Ku Klux Klan, have not gone away.
http://www.salon.com/2012/08/07/fbi_right_win...
So how much were you paid to sabotage Gary Caradori's plane?

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