Their 'American Sniper' hero is not one of them?
Rick Perry answers to a higher power, especially when asking for rain.
Ventura also dismissed the movie as propaganda because it conveys the false idea that Iraq had something to do with the 9/11 attacks.
Rep. Adam Kitzinger (R-IL) on Sunday declared that Chris Kyle, the Navy SEAL sniper who set a record for killing the most people, should be a role model for children in the United States.
Fox News host Charles Payne on Sunday said that liberals were wrong not to treat Navy SEAL Chris Kyle as a hero because the U.S. had used snipers and other types of military force to "save the planet" and lift a billion people out of poverty.
Kyle, the subject of the Hollywood blockbuster, was a Navy SEAL who served as a sniper and wrote an autobiography with the same title as the movie: "American Sniper."
There's a fascinating new piece in the <em>New Yorker</em> about Chris Kyle, the decorated Navy SEAL sniper who was tragically killed by a fellow veteran <a href="http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/02/03/16823532-american-sniper-author-chris-kyle-fatally-shot-at-texas-gun-range?lite">on a Texas shooting range.</a> Kyle, if you recall, was a <a href="http://www.amazon.com/American-Sniper-Autobiography-Military-History/dp/0062082353">best-selling author,</a> was on a reality show with Todd Palin (and did a stint as Sarah Palin's bodyguard) and after his death, was mourned <a href="http://www.businessinsider.com/chris-kyles-funeral-procession-2013-2">as a hero.</a>
Very sad, and illustrative of how hard it is to protect yourself from a random attacker with a gun. As far as I'm concerned, this sounds like both shooter and victims are more war casualties: Chris Kyle, a former Navy SEAL and author of the
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