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

StillStandingHisGround Wrote: May 29, 2012 1:52 AM
Marine's Dad: A few minutes ago, I opined to 75thRetired that I assumed that Lt. BUD/S USN's estimate that at least 80 to 85% percent of those in the military would not obey the kind of orders at issue here was based on his experience and interaction with those he serves with, so thank you for confirming this. But as I've repeatedly stated to 75thRetired, Lt. BUD/S USN's opinion in this realm is the opinion shared by the VAST majority of conservative posters I've seen on this site, and with fairly few exceptions, those that have actually worn the uniform of our country.

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...