Skip to comments.Running Away from Terrorism: The White House Can't Handle the Truth
Posted on 11/12/2009 7:52:08 PM PST by Abakumov
The Fort Hood, Texas, massacre was the worst domestic terrorist incident since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, but the government refuses to admit it. The latest act of denial is procedural. The accused shooter, Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, reportedly has been charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder under Article 118 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which does not provide for a charge related to terrorism. Officially, this was not a terror attack, but nonpolitical murder....
There is ample legal support for bringing a terrorism charge if the government were so inclined. Instead, the current government has chosen to make this a regular court-martial. The message is clear: Failure to prevent terror attacks on its watch will be defined away.
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Hey I’ll say it for ya...
An enemy combatant massacred 14 unarmed American citizens in cold blood on US soil...
Obama is nothing more than a yellow-stain coward who looks out for his own interests and too hell with the country and the citizens.
obama does NOT dodge the word “terrorism” because of cowardice or ostrich-like psychological denial.
He dodges the word “terrorism” because he is on the muslims jihadists’ side!!!!
NO! YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY, UNEQUIVOCALLY WRONG!!!
This is a thing only possible with the knowing cooperation of the media whose charge it is to report it. We are justified in criticizing 0bama for attempting it, but it is the media who are at fault for playing the game for him.
The muslim in chief says his brothers can do no wrong. Hes just not saying it in those words. They are busy spinning it.
SO cut the negative commentary and submit.
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