A man in the military says he is opposed to a certain military action and it is known to his upper command. What upper command would send the man to serve duty in the action to which he is opposed?
That is the situation with the Ft. Hood terrorist. How does sending a man to duty in an area to which he is opposed, a "P.C." action?
Some media have been doing stories of the military sending people back into service although the people claim or have documented they are suffering from PTSD. If that history with the military didn't exist, I would more strongly consider the "P.C." angle of this, but since the military has been sending people off to fight who should not fight, the "P.C." angle is discounted, to me.
Please pray for the families of the victims of terrorism.
[ UPDATE ]
Let me give you the relative time line of events on that Thursday.
- I heard about it on the radio, and that it involved 3 people.
- The body count started rising.
- The terrorist was said to be among the dead.
- The terrorist was identified.
- Online, The Washington Post identified the terrorist as a devout Muslim.
- It was reported the terrorist was still alive.
- I'm now at home and the network news is saying he is a devout Muslim who has been outspoken in his views and that he didn't want to go to Afghanistan.