Pfc. Naser Abdo, who was granted "Conscientious Objector" status and was quoted in this story saying "we're not all terrorists, you know?", has just been arrested for, wait for it, planning a terrorist attack on Fort Hood. He was found with weapons and bomb making components in a motel room near the base, the site of a previous terrorist attack. I guess his conscience has nothing against killing Americans (or possessing child pornography, which he was found with previously). Now what I don't get is how anyone can get conscientious objector status in a completely volunteer army, especially when the soldier volunteered after we were engrossed in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. I can totally understand conscientious objector status in a draft army, as entering it wasn't your choice, but how do you argue for it when joining the army is 100% your choice? And how did the Army actually agree to granting the status anyway? I'm sure political correctness had at least something to do with it.