Murder of five at a stress clinic in Bagdad will certainly lead to increased funding for mental health needs of our service men and women.
Unlike previous wars when stress was high and men went nuts from the bullets, this generation will offer the veterans of mid-east battles more Zoloft than they can shake a stick at.
The media must take caution when reporting on isolated incidents of violence that occur among the ranks in times of war—implying that anyone who faces the trauma of war will be crazy for life.
How will any of our veterans find jobs when employers know that anyone who served in Iraq is likely to have emotional problems?
It is not fair to assume that all our soldiers will be crazy from war—just a few—probably the gay ones that know better than to tell anyone they face emotional stress.