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Nidal Hasan Misspelled “Health” on His Business Cards

Posted on January 19 2010 6:13 pm
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I had read about the “Soldier of Allah” abbreviation on Hasan’s business card before, but I never looked closely at the actual card to see that “health” wasn’t spelled correctly. Not much to comment here on except to point out that maybe, just maybe, this was one of the many signs that Nidal Hasan should have been fired.

One such sign is the fact that Nidal Hasan’s fellow psychiatrists held a meeting to discuss whether he was psychotic. Apparently they didn’t feel they had enough proof that he was mentally unstable, were afraid of being accused of discrimination and were deterred by the burdensome process that would follow, but one official reportedly “wondered aloud” whether Hasan would betray his soldiers in the battlefield nonetheless.

This really dumbfounded me. You have a psychiatrist suspected of being psychotic, which is sort of like having Chris Brown teach a class on women’s rights, with a business card that has a spelling error on it, and the guy keeps his job. And just a side question: Am I the only one who feels like they’ve met way too many psychologists/psychiatrists who seem more fitted to be a patient than a doctor?

Personally, I’d really have trouble trusting a doctor of any kind that didn’t notice that his business cards misspelled “health” in it. Add that it is a bland, probably free one from and I’d be out the door looking somewhere else to go to. It’s sort of like when I was messaged by a girl on an online dating website and she asked me about my work as a “righter.”

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