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June 19, 2005

U.S. Soldier Kills His Superiors: Casualties of Liberal Warfare?

Topics: National News

Sometimes I just don't know what to say, it's sort of like wondering how people like this process their thoughts!


These folks help make the case for faith and perhaps most of all - values and commons sense. The people that our troops are fighting want all of us, including these moonbats, dead. But to people like this, it's cool to be liberal, anti-anything that has to do with the military or the administration, and most particularly, anti-self respect.

California Conservative hammers the right nail home:

"Beyond comforting and aiding our enemies, terrorist sympathizers and radical activists are knowingly instigating the feeble-minded and the impressionable, and mobilizing their own "army" of the self-loathing by actively demonizing the United States. The results are dangerous and uncontrollable.

How far out, out of the realm of the plausible, would it really be for Martinez' defense attorney to argue that "the voices" made him do it? Namely, the "already depressed" soldier was traumatically "conflicted" by all the "negative news" about the military, not just from activists but even voiced by congressional leadership, blurring the lines in his mind of who was the "real enemy?"

By today's legal precedents, this defense argument doesn't sound too far-fetched, does it? However, it would also be an indictment of all those feeding the anti-American rhetoric machine. They, too, would be culpable."


Other coverage and hat tip - IWasThinking

Related(via CC);
On the media coverage - SSG Martinez Charged with Murder
The "Wayback" Machine with Amnesty International
 GayPatriot puts things in context
DailyPundit  sums it up with humor.

Posted by Hyscience at June 19, 2005 12:17 PM

The Cali Conservative picked up that story from me, without even a hat tip.

Posted by: TheCO at June 19, 2005 11:30 PM

Thanks for the hat tip.

Posted by: TheCO at June 20, 2005 7:50 PM

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