When the Fort Hood massacre happened, President Obama called it a “tragedy” and said we must not jump to conclusions why some Muslim would shoot a bunch of Americans while yelling “Allahu Ackbar.” Then he sent out his minions to denounce any possible backlash against Muslims and talk up the value of “diversity” in the military, and took the weekend off to go to Camp David, And even when he attended the memorial service, he went out of his way to discourage even speculation as to why someone who had actively sought out militant radical Muslims and tried to contact Al Qaeda would do such a heinous thing.
Meanwhile, former president George W. Bush and his wife visited with the wounded of Fort Hood, asking the base’s commander to keep the visit quiet.
On the other hand, a few weeks ago President Obama visited Delaware to greet the returning bodies of American servicemen who had fallen in his service overseas — bringing along a full camera crew to make certain it was fully documented.
I find myself wondering if, once Officer Kimberly Munley and Major Nidal Malik Hasan are medically cleared, they will be invited to the White House to discuss their differences over a beer or two.
Nah. That’ll never happen.
Hasan, being a dedicated Muslim, would never drink alcohol or freely associate with a woman.