It looks like a Darth Vader vacuum repair shop.
Friday, November 13, 2009
Major Nidal Hasan wore the Caduceus, symbol of the Medical Corps, on his lapel. As a doctor, Hasan was to have spoken and lived by this oath, which is quoted in part below:
The Hippocratic Oath (part)
In every house where I come I will enter only for the good of my patients, keeping myself far from all intentional ill-doing and all seduction and especially from the pleasures of love with women or with men, be they free or slaves.
The media seems fixated on the "victim" meme, ignoring that the real victims were shot by Hasan. This same media ignores that besides the fact that Hasan did violence in the name of Allah, he also did violence against a sacred oath. Hasan decidedly violated one oath in which he would "do no harm" (not stated in the oath, but implied all through) to do great harm in the name of his religion against his oath as an officer of the United States military and his fellow man.
In his few moments of Islamofacist glory Hasan broke enough oaths to even make Allah doubt his veracity. There goes the whole 72 virgin offer.
Well, at least the heavenly offer, because it seems that the ever pious Hasan enjoyed the "pleasures of love" in strip joints just like the 9/11 murderers. Oops, another couple of oaths does the crapper.
Maybe right after prayers he was just unwinding from all the pressure of being a Muslim in America, from which a lap dance and a beer or two appears to relieve terrorists.
I guess Hasan was just a murderous slave to his impulses.