Skip to comments.Army to Punish Nine Officers in Connection With Fort Hood Shootings
Posted on 03/10/2011 3:41:41 PM PST by STARWISEEdited on 03/11/2011 9:02:22 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
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Sounds like a waste of taxpayer money.
they could start by apologizing to the families of the victims in person.
for "leadership failures relating to the career of Maj. Hasan."There's an old saying, "talking to the braves and not the chiefs"...
Yep ... and excercising sound judgement, for the
good of the force and the country.... or
leave and go public.
There were red flags all over the place and because of political correctness they were all ignored.
This goes to show just how dangerous political correctness can be.
STOP ALL POLITICAL CORRECTNESS NOW! PUT AN END TO IT!
IF YOU CAN’T BE HONEST, THEN JUST STFU!
I'd go without news before I'd subscribe to the anti-American Washington Post ever again. They call it a free press; I call it a badge of shame!
In fact, some of Hassan's favorite rants about trying some of the patients for war crimes began showing up in leftwingtard websites while the "posties" were on site.
So who do you imagine passed that stuff around? My guess it was the "posties" themselves, and their friends in what became known as Journolist.
Gates did that.
Gates is also involved in that decision to leave the people on post at Fort Hood DISARMED. That paved the way for Hassan to jump in there and kill so many so easily.
I think Gates needs to go before a House Committee before he leaves ~ and he can explain his involvement with Major Hassan!
Why not start at the White House? There is at least one there. Who is it? Hint: The idiots and parasites, a/k/a Voters who live in America elected him president.
I get your drift and point, but they don’t have the sworn duty to uphold the good welfare, wellbeing and safety of the force .. the military leadership ranks do.
It rests with the **same** highest military leadership who let LTC Lakin, Major Cook, and Captain Rhodes swing slowly in the wind.
There is **NO POSSIBLE WAY** that our highest military will uphold their oaths to defend the Constitution against domestic enemies. We should plan on that now.
The "posties" lost that when they listened to this guy, or stories about him, and said nothing.
None of the good Major Hassan stuff showed up in regular stories, but they went after the commanding officers like they were monsters.
There's reason to believe the "posties" (all of them or some of them) KNEW or had REASON TO KNOW that this guy intended to kill people.
It is not unreasonable to believe that they, themselves, were part of a conspiracy to assist.
But all the Army "Diversity" advocates will be promoted.
What’s with the use of “accused of”? This traitorous mooslum terrorist creep murdered those soldiers. He did it. What is it...did someone else do it and somehow get away never to be seen again? Stop the PC!
Regarding matters that directly and exclusively
belong to the military and effectiveness of
leadership and their procedures .. that’s
a far out connection. The military are mandated to
be responsible for matters concerning the troops.
The ‘posties’ operate at their whim and ideologies.
The “posties” commited the sort of crime that in more civilized societies demands seppuku.
May they rest in peace....and may the killer find punishment in hell.
2 names that should be on that list:
...Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano stated “we object toand do not believethat anti-Muslim sentiment should emanate from this ... This was an individual who does not, obviously, represent the Muslim faith.” Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey, Jr. said “I’m concerned that this increased speculation could cause a backlash against some of our Muslim soldiers ... Our diversity, not only in our Army, but in our country, is a strength. And as horrific as this tragedy was, if our diversity becomes a casualty, I think thats worse.”
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