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Support for Dorner is Troubling

Enrique25 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 11:32 AM
Dorner did have an extreme sense of victimization. It was so extreme it even exceeded Dennis Prager's sense of victimization!
The Original King Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 11:41 AM
enrrique.....you absolutely stole my thunder. I was just about to make the exact same point. Clearly Dorner is an expert at playing the victim card but Prager isn't far behind. The media is SO unfair and slanted. "can you imagine how that biased media would have reacted if Dorner had mentioned conservatives like Joe Scarborough or Jon and Ken in a positive light? Why there would have been HELL to pay by the liberal media...oops I guess Dorner DID mention those guys and the media didn't really react and try to blow things out of proportion like I'm doing in this column".
Dyadd Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 11:36 AM
Prager claims to be a victim? I missed that - paste up a quote please.
Just when you thought you've seen it all with the Sandy Hook murders of a classroom full of children, America experiences another new low: A man named Christopher Dorner murders (as of this writing) three innocent people in order to air personal grievances. And his grievances are given serious attention by the national media, not to mention left-wing websites.

To better understand this, imagine the outcry if, let us say, a white student who was certain that he was denied admission to a prestigious university because of affirmative action, murdered a university official and the daughter of the dean of admissions and...