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A False Sense of Security

Carlos_7 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 9:32 PM
Right Frank98! The talking-heads are loathe to blame mommy and daddy (probably because most are ignoring their own children during their search for that savory million). But in my decades I have yet to meet an idiot (and God knows I've seen my share) who is not the product of his/her parents. As I pasted earlier: "Check the beginnings; once thou might'st have cured, But now 'tis past thy skill, too long hath it endured."
RGR24 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 9:35 PM
So if a child is autistic, brain-damaged, congenitally diseased, or schizophrenic, it's the Mom's fault?
Frank98 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 9:43 PM
No one has concluded the crazy guy was autistic, or brain damaged.
That was/is all conjecture at this time.
Like at foist the Mews were mewing she was a teacher at the sKrool.
But if she had nutso in her DNA, well ya know.One child came out normal, one not so normal.Mebbe Strange . But only a nut job would have all those weapons around someone that was surely off his rockers.And she knew it.
Marie150 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 10:22 PM
You are right Frank. She should have known that there was something wrong with her son. And how did he get the gun or guns. Of course he could have grabbed anything else at any time to kill her. Why a gun?
spartacus3344 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 10:39 PM
Apparently the guns were not securely stored.

This morning, when I took my children to school, there was a guard at the gate for the first time.  Obviously, the school intended it as a thoughtful gesture for anxious mothers.

But that's the point.  Most of the "solutions" being touted offer only a false sense of security.  To that point, Ron Fournier had a compelling piece in today's National Journal, titled "What If Nothing or Nobody is to Blame for Adam Lanza?"  Fournier writes:

What if there is nothing or nobody to blame? Would that make this inexplicable horror unbearable?

What if we didn't rush to judgement?...