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Penn State: A Lack of Institutional Conscience & Control

annfan_777 Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 7:17 AM
Good column. This is what happens when we gradually become more and more tolerant of deviant lifestyles - yes, the abuse was covered up to protect the program, but it was also swept under the rug because we've been told by the homosexual community for years that it's nobody's business what goes on in someone's sexual life. In fact, a former Democrat president claimed much the same thing in his attempt to cover up his deviant lifestyle. And make no mistake - Sandusky is a homosexual who preferred his victims to be younger - they are less likely to fight back or complain.
Jeremiah9 Wrote: Jul 15, 2012 12:53 PM
Sandusky was more likely a pedophile, not necessarily a homosexual. For a pedophile, their victims' YOUTH is what makes them sexually-attractive, much more so than their gender. It is more likely he went for boys because they were more accessible.

While organizations such as NAMBLA fit your view, they are a tiny minority-- every practicing homosexual I have met in my life believed that their lifestyle should be practiced only by consenting adults, and that pedophilia is horrific.

The only way the Freeh Report on the Penn State scandal could’ve been any worse for those involved is if it discovered they acted as their former pedophile football coach’s pimps by helping him actually procure the young boys he abused.

Aside from that, if the 267-page Freeh Report is to be believed, “the most powerful men at Penn State University” – President Graham Spanier, Vice President Gary Schultz, Athletics Director Tim Curley, and Head Coach Joe Paterno – aided and abetted a child rapist for over a decade through their unwillingness to put the safety of innocent...