Discussion in 'Politics' started by RoadVirus, Jul 19, 2012.
Apparently the military higher-ups weren't the only ones concerned with looking like bigots:
He wasn't an Islamic extremist, he was just a guy who wanted out of the army.
So many are guilty within the system over Hassan it's remarkable. You'd think the time the Major gave his speech in front of all the other military doctors saying that infidels should be beheaded and boiling oil poured down their throats would have at least a couple of higher ups going "Hassan has some issues".
I'd say that was a tad of a red flag.
I believe it is all this political correctness going crazy. People walk on egg shells trying not to offend and in the mean time the radicals get to pull of their plans
We have become afraid to speak and do, what we feel is correct. We know that those above us, in WA, will do anything to crush us and it will be approved of. Drones overhead, in the USA.....Hmmm
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