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Penn State: A Lack of Institutional Conscience & Control

jkash1776 Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 2:32 PM
I qualified St. Paul incorrectly. He was the slayer of Christians as Saul, not after his conversion to St. Paul. And Jesus did not renounce the sin, the sinner does that. Jesus reproached and reviled the sin. There were worthy people then, as there are now. Even the sinners did great things that should not be thrown away because of the evils.Those wins were not primarily done by a pedophile (or homosexual given that these were not children) , but primarily through the efforts of young men to whom no sin was attached. Likewise little mention has been made that Paterno made efforts. . .interesting in these PC times, those of you who are frightened to even criticize a black president cannot relate to a coach employed during PCs onset.

The only way the Freeh Report on the Penn State scandal could’ve been any worse for those involved is if it discovered they acted as their former pedophile football coach’s pimps by helping him actually procure the young boys he abused.

Aside from that, if the 267-page Freeh Report is to be believed, “the most powerful men at Penn State University” – President Graham Spanier, Vice President Gary Schultz, Athletics Director Tim Curley, and Head Coach Joe Paterno – aided and abetted a child rapist for over a decade through their unwillingness to put the safety of innocent...