I wasn't gonna post today but I can't let this slide:
I quote the post in its entirety and I will NOT link. If you're curious go here and scroll down; it ain't too hard to find. As for barbarity... I could show you "barbaric." It's a damned good thing I'm not the head nurse on Maj. Hassan's ward. I would make it absolutely certain his pain meds were "forgotten" or otherwise lost.Major Nidal Hasan had his first hearing in the Ft. Hood murder case. The hearing was held in the hospital. His lawyer says he is paralyzed from the chest down, incontinent and in severe pain.
He will be tried in a military court, and additional charges may be pending. Military prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty.How barbaric that the military will seek to kill a man with no sensation in his body from the chest down. He might prefer it (I certainly would) but it's inexusable behavior for a civilized society and way beyond the pale of decency.
As for the original post and its author... the military is barbaric but not the perp, eh? The Liberal Mind... ain't it a thing of beauty?