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

StillStandingHisGround Wrote: May 29, 2012 11:25 AM
Marc_H redux: To finish my thought: As a retired military man on this site told me recently, they would most likely be used as FORWARD COMMAND ELEMENTS, NOT as actual COMBATANT FORCES. So they'd STILL have to have SOMEONE to COMMAND. WHO would they GET as their grunts? Since the sentiment Marine's Dad expressed to 75thRetired last night just after I signed off for the night about his OWN son's attitude to obeying illegal orders is BY FAR the overwhelming consensus I've seen on this site from conservatives who have actually been in the military/National Guard/civilian law-enforcement in this realm, this is why I am confident that Obama would get VERY LITTLE cooperation from those in these bodies if he attempts a putsch.

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...