It has puzzled me for a long time why when we hit a hornets’ nest with a stick, we blame the hornets when we are stung. As usual Ron Paul inserts a bit of wisdom on the subject:
“If Eddie Ray Routh had never served in the military, I’m of the opinion that he would probably not have killed anybody. He would not be imprisoned for life and Chris Kyle would be alive today. Much of the blame should lie with our foreign policy of interventionism and the VA’s faulty reliance on psychotropic drugs for treating the guilt associated with preemptive wars.”
I have to wonder what people have against these decent young men that they want to turn them into monsters. Politically incorrect as it may be to say so Kyle’s and Routh’s mission had nothing to do with protecting Americans’ freedom and everything to do with promoting an unachievable utopia on the backs of the productive people of the United States. Routh’s insanity and Kyles murder are a direct result of the delusional idea that there are enough resources left after Americans raise families and contribute to their communities to control the entire world.
It is hard not to hate the fools who take us along on their foolish mission.
Article about Routh’s cocktail: http://www.drugawareness.org/zoloft-lithium-withdrawal-american-sniper-killer-eddie-ray-routh-found-guilty/