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MSNBC Host: 'I'm Uncomfortable' Calling Fallen Soldiers Heroes

75thRetired Wrote: May 29, 2012 1:04 AM
I got 3 sons active duty. One 1/75, one 3/75 and one USMC REC. I got 26 years with 32 months in RVN. discount my opinion, means nothing to me. Where did Lt get 80 to 85 % stands? He speaks for the army, and marines? I'll repeat one last time. If Obama issues an illegal order, The CINC would step in. The sec of def would not counter the CINC. so illegal orders would not go down the chain of command inthe first place. That means all orders are supported by the CINC and sec of def, that makes them legal orders. Drone attacks in Yemen, a sovereign country, no threat to our security. Obama authorizes those ops. That means they are legal. CINC and sec of def says they are legal. Do you think they're legal stands?

Yep, you read that headline right. Chris Hayes, of MSNBC's Sunday morning show "Up with Chris Hayes," says he's uncomfortable ascribing valorous terms to fallen military because it's "rhetorically proximate to justifications for more war."

Sorry, Chris, but anyone willing to sacrifice his or her life for your right to say whatever you want on your Sunday morning talk show is a hero. There is no incorrect way to "marshal" that word when speaking about the men and...