Lawmaker Introduces Bill Requiring Veterans To Warn Neighbors Of Their Combat Service

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Following a second mass shooting at Ford Hood, at least one lawmaker thinks a bill currently under consideration will ensure the safety of American communities by requiring the estimated 2.6 million unstable veterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan to tell their neighbors of their combat service.

The Fortify & Unite Communities to Keep Veterans’ External Threats Secure Act (H.R. 1874) which was introduced on Tuesday, would require military veterans to register with the Department of Homeland Security and periodically “check-in” with a case officer, in addition to going door-to-door in their neighborhood to notify people nearby that they are a powder keg of post traumatic stress, alcoholism, murder, and hate just waiting to blow.

“We really feel that we can drastically minimize the damage to some communities, especially those in troubled ‘PTSD hotspots‘ that have become a haven for these psychopathic troops,” said Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.), who sponsored the legislation. “We are so thankful for their service, and now they can continue to serve on veterans probation.”

via Lawmaker Introduces Bill Requiring Veterans To Warn Neighbors Of Their Combat Service.

9 thoughts on “Lawmaker Introduces Bill Requiring Veterans To Warn Neighbors Of Their Combat Service”

  1. Now this is worthy of the Duffel Blog Drag. If sincere, it’s stupid and were it not so ludicrous would be laughable. Will it be retroactive cause you know us Vietnam combat arms grunts never really made it back home you know.

  2. Rep. Moran is scum, and I appologize to scum for the comparison. My former Rep. He’s even worse than you can imagine.

    1. Dude, it’s THE DUFFEL BLOG.

      They’re like The Onion of the military.

      And the fact that the acronym of the bill spells FUCK VETS might have been another clue.

  3. Wow; thought I was going to have to start walking the streets of my neighborhood on Fort Hood to tell all the other guys with combat patches that I also deployed. You hid the Duffelblogginess of it well.

  4. Thank you, my first thought was ” I sure hope that this is a Duffelblog.”


  5. I think it would be more useful to have those unstable vets check in with their political representatives (at their home addresses, preferably) and tell them they read newspapers, magazines, and watch FOX news.

Comments are closed.