One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.
The man killed was military personnel, a recruiter, no less. The attacker went after the correct target,rather thana civilian. It's nothing more than the international "war on terruh"making its way onto domestic soil. Chalk it up as a combat kill for the "enemy." Reality sucks.
I can honestly say I don't give a rat's dick. He wanted to make a strong statement against the US military action and he did it the best way possible, short of killing a pro-war politician. It could even be viewed, as I said above, as simply a domestic extension of all the useless wars we're involved in. As long as they're targeting military personnel it's not "terrorism" by any stretch -it's returning fire. You don't want to be involved in and become a possible causality of the "war on terruh?"
Don't join the military.
But authorities said he never attempted to hurt anyone at either location and directed his hostility only to the recruiting site.
According to sources, the suspect advised them that he was going to kill as many Army personnel