The conservative bloggers are doing a better job of digging up dirt on Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan's background than the military did. All the signs pointed to Hasan being a radical Islamic extremist with ties to terrorists, but the CIA dropped the ball just as they did with 9/11.
We know about Hasan's disdain for America and his hatred for his fellow troops members. We know that he wanted out of the military because he had conflicts about killing his fellow Muslims. We know that he maintained a blog that he used as an outlet for his anti-American ramblings.
But the military knew all of this too! They knew that Hasan was a jihadist as early as two years ago and still they did nothing.
Pamela over at Atlas Shrugs dug up Hasan's business card that he carried around with him.
Just under his name is the acronym SoA followed by SWT. According to Pamela, the acronym stands for "Soldier of Allah" and "SWT" is an abbreviation that usually follows the word Allah.
The president of the United States Barack Obama wants us to believe that Hasan "cracked under the pressure" of being in our military. That he was so stressed out from his six-figure salary and his cushy corner office that he grabbed a semi-automatic and a handgun and mowed down military personnel.
Obama wants us to believe this even though Hasan did not see a tour of duty in a war zone. From Day 1 Obama has sympathized with terrorists. Why should we expect him to change now?
It's a good thing that we live in a country where freedom of thought is encouraged and defined in the Constitution. Or we might be inclined to believe everything Obama says as we sip our warm Kool Aid.
The truth is -- just like the 9/11 terrorists, in the hours before the attack, Hasan gave away his most prized possessions, attended a strip club, and shaved all of his body hair. Yet the terrorist sympathizer-in-chief, Barack Obama, tells us not to jump to conclusions!
How many more embedded terrorists are there hiding in the military with the same calling card as Hasan? We will soon find out.