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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

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Marla Hughes

One word: Coward.

Kris, in New England

What does it say about the woman that she accepted his proposal? Shock from her ordeal no doubt.

Perhaps he's a good father who just panicked in the face of pure evil. It's not an excuse certainly...but maybe that's why she accepted him. Because she knows him by more than his 15 seconds of infamy.

At least - I hope so.

Rick

Kris,

I so hope, and pray fervently, that you are correct.

tim aka The Godless Heathen

If the shooter can be considered a lunatic, as he is, and the men who gave their lives for their girlfriends can labeled heroes, and rightfully so, then I don’t believe it’s beyond acceptable to judge this despicable creature for what he is, a coward.

May his children grow up to be better people than him (and his girlfriend for not recognizing human scum sliming her shoes).

Just being Brutally Honest.

GoneWithTheWind

Everyone is essentially on their own. what this man did is about what everyone should have done. Would we all be happier if he had been one of the three men who died supposedly protecting their girlfriend? Everyone, girlfriend and boyfriend, should have taken cover and/or crawled/ran to safety. Should a man die because others think it is "manly"? Why didn't the girlfriend protect HIM?? Aren't we all "equal"?

RandomThoughts

GoneWithTheWind, please tell me you are being sarcastic. Lie to me if you must.

If "everyone is essentially on their own," who protects children and babies from harm in dangerous situations? Any father worthy of the name protects his entire family, his babies and their mother as well. With his life, if need be.

The alternative is behavior which is lower than that of most animals, destructive to the survival of any species.

Rick

GoneWithTheWind epitomizes for me all that is wrong with what society has become or is becoming.

"Everyone is essentially on their own. what this man did is about what everyone should have done."

Pathetically sad stuff.

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