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Posted on 09/02/2013 3:48:41 PM PDT by SamAdams76
Political correctness, that great misguided ennobler/enabler of disgruntled losers and embittered misfits, may have helped pave the way for Bradley Manning and Nidal Hasan to achieve infamy.
Before his decision to start leaking highly sensitive military information to svelte albino panda cub Julian Assange in 2010, Bradley Manning gave his Army superiors every reason to suspect he was a mentally unstable and potentially violent homosexual who was perhaps too emotionally hypersensitive to be trusted with highly sensitive documents.
Before he decided to blow away a bakers dozen (plus a bun in the oven) with two handguns at Fort Hood in late 2009, Nidal Hasan gave his Army superiors every reason to suspect he was a jihadist turncoat gunning for his 72 virgins because he had trouble getting laid...
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However, due to rampant political correctness that now exists in our military, the military brass did not take action against them out of fear of being accused of being "homophobic" or "anti-Muslim". As a result, grave crimes were allowed to be committed.
How many more "ticking time bombs" do we have in our military today?
Dunno, but I do hear-tell that they routinely disarm the troops when obama is around.
While it’s true that the Manning and Hasan cases were the result of political correctness turning a blind eye to trouble due to the individual’s status as a protected class, it isn’t isolated to just the military.
Look at the recent attacks of blacks on whites. Guns, boredom, and in the case of the WWII vet, fighting back was blamed as the cause.
Bigotry, real, or imagined, is far worse than murder, rape and robbery to the left.
The same thing happened when Jimmy Carter flew to Ft. Bragg to motor from there to his nephew's wedding. A former coworker was a SF captain and he was part of a A team type group returning from Colombia. Their plane touched down shortly after AF 1 did and their aircraft was surrounded by heavily armed Secret Service and apparently FBI personnel who held them at gunpoint on board their aircraft until the Prez had departed.
I never heard anything similar when Ronald Reagan went to Ft. Campbell to attend the memorial service for the over two hundred 101st soldiers killed in the gander crash.