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I have added Police Sgt. Kimberly Munley to my long list of heroes. Lord knows how many more would have been killed or wounded had it not been for the heroism she displayed at the Fort Hood massacre. This heroine is greatly appreciated, and we all wish her a speedy recovery.
Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan reminds me in a way, of First Lieutenant of the United States Army Ehren Watada. Of course, he didn't go to the extremes that Hasan did, but just as Hasan refused deployment to Afghanistan, Watada refused deployment to Iraq. Watada's excuse was that he felt war was "illegal and immoral". Hasans excuse was that he was "a Muslim first and an American second."
Thanks to the U.S. Army, and the taxpayers, both men received their degrees free and clear. Both these men knew that when they signed on the dotted line of the enlistment agreement, that they were signing a binding contract. They knew that they would have to follow all orders, whether they agreed to them or not, one being that they could very possibly be sent out to war. In short, you agree to sign your very life to the Armed Forces.
I find both of these men despicable cowards, and may Nidal Malik Hasan rot in hell for the evil he committed at Ft. Hood.
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