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According to an article in the Washington Post, Maj. Nidal M. Hasan, the terrorist who killed 23 people at Fort Hood never formally sought to leave the military as a conscientious objector.

But get this, the article goes on to say:

In 2007, addressing other physicians at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Hasan said that to avoid “adverse events” the military should allow Muslim soldiers to be released as conscientious objectors instead of fighting in wars against other Muslims.

So, this Muslim terrorist feels that Muslims should be allowed to join the Army, suck up on the benefits such as medical school, training, healthcare, etc. but then when called on to fight, which is what soldiers do, he thinks they should be allowed to leave? Give me a break! You join, you fight. Simple as that. This guy, should have been mustered out of the service and shipped off to some Islamic country to spend the rest of his life.

That’s just my opinion, what’s yours?

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…is still a terrorist.images Last week, Maj. Nidal Hasan shot and killed 13 Americans and wounded 29 more. This was an act of Islamic terrorism, short and simple.

Of course our President warns us to ‘not jump to conclusions’ with regard to a motive. This is the same president who called the murder of one abortion provider by one man a ‘despicable act”

While I am certainly no expert, I can almost guarantee that Hasan was led by his Islamic faith to do what he did. New facts are coming in daily that support that position. Naturally, the liberal media has refused to divulge most of this info and even refuses to call Hasan a murder or killer. Even though he was caught in the act that was witnessed by many people, they still refer to him as the man ‘suspected’ in the Fort Hood shootings. No, he’s not suspected! He did it. Call it like it is.

America needs to wake up and smell the roses. Islam is a violent religion intent on converting and dominating the world either by coercion or force. Muslims do not believe in religious freedom. Anyone who is not a Muslim, is an enemy of Allah in their eyes and therefore, their enemy.

What are your thoughts on this topic? Do you agree or disagree?

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I received an email not long ago with a supposed speech by Theodore Roosevelt.  While not actually one of his speeches (it was a letter) and not written while he was president, it was true.  Here is the content of the email:

‘In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American… (more…)

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no_taxesTaxation for non-essential programs is stealing. Some may argue the idea that a consensus or majority makes it different, and morally acceptable. However, is there ever a real “consensus of majority?” Tax laws are initiated by the House and approved by the Senate. Both groups together make up a very minute percentage of the population…

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I recently read an article that states:gaymarriage_blogistan

“Government should get out of the marriage business. If the government had nothing to do with marriage, we could drop all the divisive issues about gay marriage, and just let people marry in whichever churches or other institutions will marry them.”

On the flip side, there are those who defend traditional marriage because of their religious beliefs.  They argue that gay marriage activists are attacking their religious beliefs and, as reported by Chuck Colson back in May, gay activists, are attacking from all angles. Here is what he said: … (more…)

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churchstate In a recent ‘Letter to the Editor’ in the Washington Post the writer states that after seven years, he was able to convince his supervisors at the Dept. of Vet. Affairs that the annual “Christmas Party” should be a “Holiday Party.”

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On Sept. 11, 2006 I had a massive heart attack. I lived through it but the doctor gave me only 4-5 years if I was lucky.  At the time, because I was not employed, I had no health insurance.  Fortunately, when I told the doctor (whom I had never met prior to the heart attack) that I could not come in for a follow-up visit because I couldn’t afford it, he waived his fee. Thank goodness.  He treated me for six months free of charge.  Then… (more…)

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