Sunday, November 08, 2009

Army Chief Adds Insult to Injury

Yesterday details emerged of how U.S. medics promptly tended the wounds of Maj. Hasan--wounds inflicted on him as the only way to stop his murderous attack.

This morning, it’s reported that the (Christian) Army chaplain praying with soldiers at a memorial for those who died from Hasan’s jihad, asked God to "teach us to love and pray for those who rise up against us and pray for those who do us harm. We pray for Maj. Hasan. Asking that you do the work that only you can do in his life." (“Army chaplain seeks prayers for meaning in rampage”).

And how does General George Casey Jr. react on national television to what he knows about America’s fighting men and women?

By insulting them and warning them that there’d better not be any backlash against Muslim soldiers.
General George Casey Jr., the Army chief of staff, said on Sunday that he was concerned that speculation about the religious beliefs of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, accused of killing 12 fellow soldiers and one civilian and wounding dozens of others in a shooting rampage at Fort Hood, could “cause a backlash against some of our Muslim soldiers.”

“I’ve asked our Army leaders to be on the lookout for that,” General Casey said in an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union. “It would be a shame — as great a tragedy as this was — it would be a shame if our diversity became a casualty as well.” (“Army Chief of Staff Concerned for Muslim Troops”).
Do the soldiers under Casey’s command really deserve that? Do they deserve him?


Anonymous said...

are you condoning retaliatory attacks against United States soldiers based on their religion?? Quite sickening.

T.R. Clancy said...


Dearborn Observer said...

Clancy, it seems you are shaking up the entrenched jihad-supporters in this town, if they are resorting to drive-by attacks like this...

Keep up the good work.

T.R. Clancy said...

Thanks. The comment seemed unrelated to what I wrote.

Anonymous said...

The comment is unrelated to what you wrote. People like this, "Anonymous" can't relate.