Daily Commentary – Thursday, November 12, 2009 – Political Correctness and the Media


* It seems like too much of the truth is getting lost in the mainstream media in an effort to avoid offending the audience. Here’s a thought: if you’re offended by the truth, maybe the news is the wrong program to be watching.

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    One Response to “Daily Commentary – Thursday, November 12, 2009 – Political Correctness and the Media”

    1. Tamikosmom on November 12th, 2009 2:44 pm

      Thank you Dana.

      The fear of being accused of not being political correct in regards to offending Islam resulted in 14 deaths at Fort Hoot and potentially put at risk the lives of countless others.

      When is this madness going to stop. Maybe it won’t. The realization may not dawn until the democracies of the free world wake up one morning and realize that bowing to Islam is no longer a choice.



      Military Doctors Worried Hasan Was ‘Psychotic,’ Capable of Killing Fellow Soldiers
      Thursday, November 12, 2009

      Another official “wondered aloud” to colleagues whether Hasan might be capable of killing fellow soldiers in the same way a Muslim sergeant in 2003 had set off grenades at a base in Kuwait, killing two and wounding 14, the radio network reported.

      The officials who discussed Hasan’s status were unaware — as some top Walter Reed hospital officials were — that intelligence agencies had been tracking Hasan’s e-mails to a radical imam since December 2008, NPR said.

      Officials considered kicking Hasan out of the program but chose not to partly because firing a doctor is a “cumbersome and lengthy” process that involves hearings and potential legal conflict, sources told NPR.

      Officials also believed they lacked solid evidence that Hasan was unstable and were concerned they could be accused of discriminating against him because of his Islamic identity or views.


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