Lieberman on Fort Hood massacre … terrorism – Update- roundup

Connecting the dots in a way no one in the media seems willing to do. I understand why the President intends to hold back, but as you listen to Joe detailing Hasan’s background, it’s hard not to come to the same conclusion.

“He shouted out according to bystanders the words Allahu Akbar … and the fact that he did that at the moment of these murders if that’s confirmed, raises a genuine concern that this was a terrorist attack.”

Just minutes later Joe warns that not all terror comes from overseas and then proceeds to list the attacks on American soldiers. Connecticut more dots.

The Senator makes a compelling case. How long will the media ignore?

UPDATE: If you want a roundup and links about Colonel Maj. Hasan, Hot Air has a fine post here. (My bad folks. I have Colonel on the brain. It certainly was not my attention to give him a promotion. Still, coming from a Navy family, not bad if that’s my only mistake. Again, sorry)

3 replies
  1. donh
    donh says:

    CT is lucky to have one of the finest Senators in the country. Senator Lieberman has the courage to stand on noble principle  when his party is in power.  Republicans only seem to stand on principle when they are out of power .  In this instance Senator Lieberman is confronting a powerful policy of political correctness instituted by BOTH parties. It is president Bush who promoted Generals like Casey who revolted so many americans this weekend when he  lamented his concerns for anti muslim bigotry, showing no compassion for the victims of terrorism. The FBI has become the smiley face mask of terror. Just as Ben Bernankie comes out and puts a "don't worry be happy" mask of talking point spin on hard economic facts of despair, The FBI now has a political correct mission to deny reality and lie to the american people about the hard facts of domestic terrorism.  Thank you Senator Lieberman for being a man of Truth and Honesty.

  2. gillie28
    gillie28 says:

    Don, excellent comments.  Two things:

    1) Joe Lieberman is about the only politician I have any respect for AS LONG AS he's not running for Vice-President (he lost me then because he compromised some of his principles for election purposes – not worth it in the eteral long-run, Joe).

    2) I've seen the FBI wall of heroes in New Haven.  Maybe the politically appointed leaders are sending the wrong message, and maybe I don't agree with all their agendas, but these are mostly brave men and women who put their lives on the line for the benefit of the country.  I thank them for it.

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