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#1 Nov 14, 2009
I want to know why this terrorist was promoted, transferred from Washington to Ft Hood and prepped for deployment even after making public statements about Muslims being correct about killing Americans during training meetings. His comments allegedly were heard by and reported to superiors,yet swept under the rug.....We must stop the political correctness crap and start taking action against known traitors and keep a close eye out for indications from any others who may follow hi s steps. We are infested with Radical Muslims using our constitutional freedoms to destroy us. Wake Up America.!!!!!
#2 Nov 14, 2009
Sadly it will not happen. Hasan will be portrayed as the "victim" by the media and liberal camp. Obama will have him "hidden" from scrutiny and eventually the public will let it "go away." I think that we will start to see more of these small attacks by the Muslim extremist and that we will come to see them as "gang" style attacks. We have no one in Washington watching out for "us" anymore. And no one brave enough to face down these terrorists. Political correctness will be our undoing.
#3 Nov 14, 2009
bozo the fool will not call this a A: Treason B: Terrorist Attack C: another example of "the religion of peace". The only thing to do to these 12th century rejects is terminate them before the kill us.
Will Texas charge Hassan with Capitol Murder as a backup for when corrupt eric holder dropps the ball? Oklahoma did with Mcvey.
#4 Nov 14, 2009
Foce feed this guy bacon every day untill he dies of heart that is missing expodes.
Send bacon bombs to every Muslim in the war zones includeing the USA
#5 Nov 15, 2009
Hasan likely had links to terrorism. What was he doing with all the money he was making? Certainly he didn't have a hefty lifestyle, and he was making close go six figures in income. What did he do with it?
The absurdity of diversity political correctness led to this terrorist attack on our military. The Army of course knew what this man was saying and supporting, but people were scared to make an issue of it for fear of their own careers and being accused of discrimination.
General Casey who said that a worse tragedy would be a loss of diversity should resign or be fired. I'm not sure that the Secretary of the Army and even Secretary of Defense Gates shouldnât resign as well. Policy starts at the top, and the buck should go right back to the top as well. The military was and remains determined not to make any waves that reflect badly on diversity, and for that reason 13 people are now dead that should be alive. Everything Hasan said pointed to terrorist leanings and involvement, and yet the military did nothing but promote him even with poor evaluations and look the other way. His was an attack waiting to happen similar to what happened because of lack of oversight by the FBI before 9/11. And now our dear President wants a delay on any investigation, probably hoping that the hullabaloo will just go away. Well, it won't, and if our government doesnât act, the next attack will be much worse.
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