by Sgt. Kimberly Munley. Hit multiple times and she still stood her ground and made the shots. She needs to be properly recognized for getting the job done.
Ralph Peters has some words for the Army brass who fell down on the job.
Now 12 soldiers and a security guard lie dead. 31 soldiers were wounded, 28 of them seriously. If heads don’t roll in this maggot’s chain of command, the Army will have shamed itself beyond moral redemption.
There’s another important issue, too. How could the Army allow an obviously incompetent and dysfunctional psychiatrist to treat our troubled soldiers returning from war? An Islamist whacko is counseled for arguing with veterans who’ve been assigned to his care? And he’s not removed from duty? What planet does the Army live on?
For the first time since I joined the Army in 1976, I’m ashamed of its dereliction of duty. The chain of command protected a budding terrorist who was waving one red flag after another. Because it was safer for careers than doing something about him.
Get ready for the apologias. We’ve already heard from the terrorist’s family that "he’s a good American." In their world, maybe he is.
But when do we, the American public, knock off the PC nonsense?
I'm sure Mr. Peters is aware that a lot of people don't buy it, many never did; the problem is sticking a cattle prod sufficiently far up the ass of the politicians to give them the message that we're tired of it.
Or maybe we should just go with the tar, feathers and ropes; it'd be simpler, and far more certain.