@EducatedWhiteBoy: It seems to me there wasn't a problem until mean-spirited people like you who needed to feel good about themselves via putting others down and assert control they don't deserve to have entered the picture.
To the previous poster: Bigots like you have nothing to teach about heroism. The people who ought to be ashamed are ignorant hatemongers such as yourself.
"Rick Perry is a religious, right-wing conservative who’s a former pilot and the governor of Texas. Finally! One of those!" -Conan O'Brien
Hey, let's see how well YOU take it when everything you've worked for and the only thing you've ever wanted to do is taken away from you for reasons that are ridiculous. Everyone breaks down sometimes, but that's okay because he's already shown his courage in putting on that uniform and and in fighting to get it back.
If you want to distance yourself from a madman who holds some positions similar to your own, I'd suggest you do so by denouncing his actions, not by whining about the (accurate) label he was given or even flat out lying to say it doesn't apply.
"It is truly amazing that these left wing idealogues can twist a white bread guy killing a bunch of his own people (i.e. no Muslim victims here) into an anti-Islamic act perpetrated by a fundamentalist Christian."
Nothing had to be twisted. That's who Breivik said he was and what he said he was doing. He called himself the "savior of Christianity" and said of the attacks, "I had to save Norway and Western Europe from a Muslim takeover. The purpose of the assassinations was to give a symbol to the people."
Whether the targets were Muslim or not (and frankly, as left-leaning kids, they likely would have been friendly to Muslims, something he held contempt for), he made it clear that was his motivation.
The only twisting comes from people with similar views who passed on the opportunity for introspection so that they might continue spewing their hatred without regards for what kind of fruit it might end up bearing.