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Penn State penalty unfair, but the right thing

Obama_IS_The_One Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 4:23 PM
so it IS a "we-don't-like-Joe-Paterno-thing." Just say, "I've always hated Joe Paterno - period." Stop with all the useless moralizing to try to justify your hatred of a dead man. I never went to Penn State, I never liked Penn State, I always thought Joe Paterno was overrated. So I'm not blinded by hate the way you are. The NCAA is wrong to punish anybody who is not the scummy perp, Jerry Sandusky.
Bill1895 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 7:33 PM
With the name Guns, you must have a small man piece.
Bill1895 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 7:33 PM
With the name Guns, you must have a small man piece.
Obama_IS_The_One Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 6:56 PM
Bill, you MUST be a pencil-necked-geek...
Bill1895 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 6:53 PM
Since Joe Paterno allowed a rapist into his lockerroom, I do not like him.

Hatred of dead man is wrong? How about Hitler or Tim McVeigh?

At least two more criminal trials, a Federal Investigation and likely many civil suits to go: a lot of new things to come up: how do you think Joe Paterno will look in a few more years?

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...