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The Newtown Tragedy

1512 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 6:17 PM
Why - because "liberals" have asked God to leave the room - and he did so! While the educational system continues to teach - that Americans are "not special", but instead instruct about "global warming", "why America is a terrible, unfair and racist nation" etc. etc. etc. - our school system and elected politicians have taken away the very soul of this country...our faith and belief in ourselves!l This was a tragedy, a horrific crime that didn't need to happen - but, why is it any different then Benghazi and four dead Americans that never had their President watching their back....
IB4 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 6:30 PM
Who were watching the backs of 20 innocent kids not conseratives who believe that guns are the answer to everything
Lady Wolverine Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 6:28 PM
It's not really.
The left is responsible for this with their continuous efforts to remove God from our society in every way possible, including the daily murder of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of the most innocent and defenseless of us, which they fight vehemently to protect.

Yet now we have one of the most reprehensible of the leftist posters on this site saying that she's "decided to have a baby as soon as I can find the right father." She thinks having a baby is a joke and something to be entered into on a lark.

The left needs to grow up and start acting like adults or this situation will only get worse. As if three shootings in a week wasn't bad enough.

My prayers are with the families who lost their children yesterday.
Jerry555 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 6:20 PM
Because Turky found out, and the word was on the street that ObowMao, was running guns to his brethren, the TERRORISTS.

And to allow them to be MURDERED, was an easy out.

FOUR BUMPS in the road, another day at the office in Chicago.

As the mother of five-year-old twins in a small town not too far from New York city, yesterday's events in Newtown hit close to home -- literally and figuratively.  It's hard to imagine the depths of shock, sorrow and anguish rippling throughout our community in the wake of yesterday's hideous crime.

It is a terrible, terrible thing to be reminded, once again, of how powerful, how senseless and how ugly the face of evil can seem.  It is terrible even to have to acknowledge that such evil exists in the world.  But it does, and there's no use in...