An MSNBC broadcaster has caused outrage by saying he feels 'uncomfortable' branding soldiers who have died in battle 'heroes'. Chris Hayes, a liberal commentator who hosts Up with Chris Hayes, said the word is used to justify further war.His stuttered comments - made on Memorial Day weekend - have sparked outrage among veterans organisations and across the internet.The TV host said: 'I think it is very difficult to talk about the war dead and the fallen without invoking valor, without invoking the words "heroes".
What makes someone a hero? It seems like it's a simple question, but MSNBC host Chris Hayes caused a firestorm when he said on Memorial Day weekend that he was uncomfortable calling people heroes just because they served in the mili... Read Post
MSNBC host Chris Hayes sparked some controversy and a severe reaction from the conservative blogosphere over Memorial Day Weekend by saying that he was “uncomfortable” calling fallen soldiers “heroes”, reports New York Daily News. O... Read Post