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Penn State penalty unfair, but the right thing

Obama_IS_The_One Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 7:09 PM
"Jerry Sandusky is intelligent: an Honor Graduate From Penn State, so it would appear that he knew that even if some one saw him in the act with one of the victims in Joe Paterno's lockerroom nothing would come of it." Intelligent people are often evil. Dumb people are also often evil... that's how the Democratic Party survives. Bill do you even know what a pedophile is? Your questions and statements sometimes indicate a rather embarrassing level of ignorance and naivete.
Bill1895 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 8:50 PM
1776 are you also Guns? The rebuttal was directed at him/her/it.

But maybe you can answer the question: why did Jerry Sandusky use the Penn State Football Locker Room to rape children unless he knew that Penn State ie Paterno: would not care?
Seventeen76 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 8:08 PM
How can I "duck" a rhetorical question? You must have been involved in one crappy athletic and academic program to have learned so little.
Bill1895 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 7:18 PM
Guns you ducked the question: why would Jerry Sandusky bring his victims to the Penn State Lookerroom? As far as we know he may done at least times over several years and was seen by at least two different people. He had to be pretty confident that no one including Joe Paterno cared.

Guns your man crush on Jerry Sandusky is obsessive.

Do you use the name Guns to make up for your lack of manhood?

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...