Chris Hayes Apologizes For Saying He Feels 'Uncomfortable' Calling Killed …


By Jack Mirkinson MSNBC's Chris Hayes sparked controversy and debate on Sunday when he said that he felt "uncomfortable" calling soldiers killed in action "heroes" because the term can be used to justify potentially unjust wars. Hayes spent a large

MSNBC's Chris Hayes sparked controversy and debate on Sunday when he said that he felt "uncomfortable" calling soldiers killed in action "heroes" because the term can be used to justify potentially unjust wars. He later apologized for the statement.

By Jack Mirkinson MSNBC's Chris Hayes sparked controversy and debate on Sunday when he said that he felt "uncomfortable" calling soldiers killed in action "heroes" because the term can be used to justify potentially unjust wars. Hayes spent a large

by Frances Martel | 12:19 pm, May 28th, 2012 The major veterans organization Veterans of Foreign Wars are calling for an apology from MSNBC host Chris Hayes, who yesterday expressed discomfort with using the term “heroes” in relation to fallen soldiers

Chris Hayes brought up this point on his MSNBC show today, and asked the panel if money from the gay and Hollywood lobbies will be enough to help Obama hit the same fundraising levels as Mitt Romney. Hayes admitted that every time he thinks about the

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