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Love, Death and Dinesh D’Souza

anonymous3218 Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 2:26 AM
Is that all you can do? Trivialize another person's point of view -- one that is obviously deeply felt and based not only on faith but facts? The negative consequences of divorce are undeniable. Pleading with people to think twice and to consider those consequences is neither sad nor pathetic. If you think the author is wrong, tell her why; provide proof. Or would that be too hard? Probably. It's easier to make a snide remark, especially when you're mentally lazy and have a broken moral compass.

Dinesh D'Souza's documentary, “2016: Obama's America,” has grossed $33 million, making him one of the all-time best-selling documentary filmmakers. D'Souza stepped down from the presidency of King's College in Manhattan after admitting he got engaged to a woman before divorcing his wife of 20 years.

We know these facts from D'Souza himself: Three months ago, he met a 28-year-old woman. On Sept. 28, he introduced her at a conference as his fiancée. He did not file for divorce from his wife of 20 years until Oct 4. He claims to have been separated from his wife for two years, at his...