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The Bloody Company Hollywood Keeps

Lady Wolverine Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 9:00 PM
OFF TOPIC, BUT THIS BULSHIT IS OUTRAGEOUS!! SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - The U.S. Army on Friday formally declined to award Purple Heart medals to the victims of Major Nidal Hasan's shooting rampage at Fort Hood, saying the move would damage his ability to receive a fair trial. The Army in a position paper said that awarding the medal to those wounded and posthumously to those killed in the November 2009 attack would 'set the stage for a formal declaration that Major Hasan is a terrorist' because the medal is presented to military members who are 'wounded or killed in any action against an enemy of the United States.' IF ANYBODY WONDERS why the military HATES Obama you need look no farther than this.
Fooling Wrote: Mar 30, 2013 12:20 AM
We have a former dope smoking, LSD dropping, cocaine snorting Savage as a "President" in charge of our military . . .

Who would expect differently?
AWLglenGloaming Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 9:51 PM
So, they Award the Purple Hearts after the trial. Problem Solved.
hboring Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 10:50 PM
Do it NOW~ After all, he WAS and IS a terrorist, shouting Allahu Akbar! as he gunned down his fellow soldiers, not allowed to be armed on the base. What a waste. Too bad Hasan was only wounded. For God's sake don't give HIM a purple Heart.
lnoel Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 11:23 PM
and slow roast this muslim bas#### in the public square
Bleeding-heart liberal Robert Redford is already the subject of early Oscar buzz. His much-hyped new film glamorizing the lives of Weather Underground domestic terrorists, "The Company You Keep," will be released in the U.S. next week. But peace-loving moviegoers should save their money and take a stand.

Hollywood's romanticizing of murderous radicals is an affront to decency. Redford and Company's rose-colored hagiography of bloodstained killers defiles the memory of all those victimized by leftwing militants on American soil.

Tinseltown cheerleaders can't stop gushing about Redford's paean to gun-toting progressives, of course. Variety called the flick an "unabashedly heartfelt but competent tribute to 1960s...