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Penn State penalty unfair, but the right thing

Bill1895 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 10:23 AM
"and player after player has sung praises about how JoePa helped them to become men of integrity" Joe Paterno talks a good game but what happened when Jerry Sandusky's victims were in Joe Paterno's locker room.
USA veteran Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 10:45 AM
JoePa reported the incident that he was made aware of.
Bill1895 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 10:59 AM
"JoePA"? The head of the Penn State Cult did all he could to keep those players on the team.

Why did "JoePA" fight so hard to keep his players to a lower standard than the average Penn State student?

"Success with Honor" biggest fraud since "Work sets you free" at Dachau?
Bill1895 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 10:43 AM
Also read about the assualt by Penn State Football Players in 2007. Joe did all he could to keep his players on the field: not sure if he could about the victims of his players' attack.

Every parent worth his or her salt at one time or another has done what the NCAA did this week when sanctioning Penn State University.

Confronted with the misdeeds of our children, we parents often are forced to act in a manner that quickly and emphatically sends a message: Your actions have consequences, not only for yourself, but also for those whom you selfishly neglected to consider.

The goal is to teach an invaluable life lesson: Innocent people are hurt by your selfish actions. That’s what makes them selfish. That’s what makes them wrong.

This week, the NCAA said as much...