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Army is on trial, too

August 9, 2013

Army Maj. Nidal Hasan went on trial in a military court at Fort Hood, Texas, this week, with his life on the line....

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Aug-14-13 12:20 PM

I agree with your assessment completely.

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Aug-09-13 11:20 AM

I feel you have the real problem wrong on this. Rather than the Army's lack of action, to me it's a case of this country as a whole being oversensitive to the fear of being called racist, bigot, profiler etc. What do you think would have happened to one of his superiors if they called him out as a fanatic? I would bet there would be Muslim protests. His superior would be chastised, threatened, probably disciplined and possibly discharged all in the name of tolerance. The problem is not the Military, it's a society that has become scared of it's own shadow.

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Aug-09-13 11:15 AM

This is part and parcel of this administrations' political correctness gone disastrous. In the attempts to be sooo vanilla, people died due to allowing muslim extremism to permeate the military.

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Aug-09-13 11:12 AM

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