Here's a poster direclty stating that THESE, IE this very action, is the COST of overtaxed military. This is a poster completely and wholey making baseless accusations against the military and about this situation claiming that this "Cost" was due to this man being in an overtaxed military.....I think we have to recognize that these are the costs that we as a society pay when we overtax our military and send men/women into mission after mission
And here, in the same post that you quoted, is the person making an accusation that the man was taught "these type of things" (Really? He was taught a common tactic is to submerge peoples heads in water repeatedly as a "punishment"?). He even goes on to suggest that its TAUGHT in our military that submerging peoples heads, or even if he misread it like I did that waterboarding, is "appropriate use of punishment" in our military. Not a method of information extraction but punishment. I mean, apparently by this posters accusations, our military is regularly taught that if someone does something bad waterboarding is approrpiate punishment. Baseless, worthless accusations with NOTHING to back it up.where they are taught these types of things and are told by many that it is not torture and that it is an appropriate use of punishment.
Again, the person AGAIN makes the claim that the war itself is the cause of this.I'm afraid that like Vietnam...we will be paying the costs of GWB's wars in many many many ways like this.
This is only one post and its one YOU actually quoted. If you didn't see any over the top behavior its because you have your eyes closed or you're to blinded by your partisanship and your own hatred for the act to view the situation with any ounce of intellectual honesty.
Yes, I agree, he likely does have mental issues. Unlike others though I'm not going to IMMEDIETELY claim its because he was taught waterboarding is normal punishment by our military and that those mental issues are there becuase we "overtaxed" him. But apparently that's not an "over the top" accusation....and the soldier clearly has mental issues, caused by deployment or not.