Major Turd in the news today here in SA

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  1. Skip

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  2. DCortez

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    WTFUDGE-a-saurus-rex?!?!?!

    Uh, hello ... you're a criminal ... you gave up the right to have contact with anyone other than Bubba


    SAN ANTONIO, Texas (AP) -- A defense attorney for the Army psychiatrist charged in the deadly shooting at Fort Hood says the Army has prohibited his client from praying in Arabic with his family.
     
  3. MadMo44Mag

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    OMG what BS!!!
    I'll stop right there because this just is beyond logical reason!!!
     
  4. kingofwylietx

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    It sure would have saved Texas taxpayers a TON of money & grief if they had just killed this guy on the spot.
     
  5. DCortez

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    Grade "A" coward, or just like every other left wing loon, working the system
     
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    I have to blame over regulating the police at Ft. Hood. They should have used a larger caliber.
     
  7. frijolero817

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    I heard God isn't politically correct and ultimately he'll face him. So good luck with that and all of the religious freedoms violation stuff.
     
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    In the United States, freedom of religion is a constitutionally-guaranteed right provided in the religion clauses of the First Amendment. That is the same Constitution that every member of the US military swears to not only support and defend, but also bear true faith and allegiance to the same.

    But that is not the case here. Hasan can pray or communicate with his family all he wants, as long as there is an interpreter present...

    As usual, this really isn't about religion but that is what Hasan's lawyer is trying to make it out to be. Obviously it is more of a hot button that way, but the truth is that there are no additional restrictions being imposed on Hasan than would be imposed on other foreign-speaking prisoners!
     
  9. 30+GSXR

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    i scared to read that article - I would probaly get pissed off, and I am in a good mood presently :)
     

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