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Letter: All our children

December 20, 2012

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To the editor:

“And in that way we come to realize that we bear responsibility for every child, because we’re counting on everybody else to help look after ours, that we’re all parents, that they are all our children.”

“We can’t tolerate this anymore. These tragedies must end. And to end them, we must change.”

“Are we prepared to say that such violence visited on our children year after year after year is somehow the price of our freedom?”

“‘Let the little children come to me,’ Jesus said, ‘and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.’”

The previous four paragraphs are excerpts from President Barack Obama’s marvelous speech in Newtown, Conn., following the horrendous tragedy that occurred on Friday. My question is: Why is it so hard to believe that this can take place in a country where we legally dispose of a million children per year through abortion? Yes, Mr. President, and this is one of the few times I would agree with you, they are all our children. I would add one more Scripture verse seeing as you brought it up: “Before you were born, I knew you..” Jeremiah 1:5

Comments

Richard Heckler 1 year, 9 months ago

Tax Corp USA $75,000 for every USA job sent abroad each year that job stays abroad. Tax every leveraged buyout scheme another $75,000 per job sent abroad. INSTEAD of providing the tax code that protects the profits as a result of those USA industries and jobs sent abroad.

No one can prepare for terrorism because no on knows if or when terrorism will strike. Look at all the tax dollars spent on crime fighting yet crime is still on the rise even in Lawrence,Ks.

Of course if 20 million unemployed had good paying jobs again there would likely be less crime and violence.

Massive home loan scams create crime and violence by putting millions out work and homes = depression and more crime.

Real good jobs = less crime and violence.

20 million jobs to replace the 20 million lost by way of leveraged buyout artists should fix the economy.

If guns were the answer the USA should be the safest place on earth. I say put people back to back at no less than $17.50 per hour instead.... and remove assault weapons from the retail market. Now the USA might be on to something.

The USA cannot afford massive unemployment.

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KayCee 1 year, 9 months ago

Well, Obama used it to promote his TAX policy. Can you say 'hypocrite in the WH'? Scott just showed the thinking of that hypocrite.

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akt2 1 year, 9 months ago

I guess you can buy bullet proof backpacks now. Sounds ridiculus, but might be a good idea. Poor kids will have to start wearing bullet proof vests and backpacks to school.

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Ron Holzwarth 1 year, 9 months ago

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Ron Holzwarth 1 year, 9 months ago

Here's one that will really keep you covered, if you know what I mean!

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If you are looking for a top quality armor vest, look no further in order to find the best body armor for sale. Combining protection and comfort, this model will ensure that you can work with both ease and confidence.

There are also a couple more that are very formal looking, no one would know you are wearing bullet proof clothing.

It is very unfortunate that in the world we live in, such items sometimes seem necessary.

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Liberty275 1 year, 9 months ago

I wonder if the armor on the UN vest is thicker on the back than the front.

The denim version is nice.

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jonas_opines 1 year, 9 months ago

Read just to the point that the point was made, went "Errr wha?" and then read the author and it all made sense.

Burkharts strike again. No bar is ever set too low for Carl or Scott Burkhart.

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rtwngr 1 year, 9 months ago

Carl would be "Burkhead", jonas. Don't let the facts get in the way, though.

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jonas_opines 1 year, 9 months ago

Yeah, wow. That totally changes everything.

Two families with shameless fundamentalist, chronic LTE writers, rather than the one that I had assumed. YeGodz

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rtwngr 1 year, 9 months ago

What us "anti-abortionists" find tragic is that people like you don't think that abortion on demand is a "horrific tragedy." Over 52 million children exterminated since Roe v. Wade. We see the unborn children as having the same right to live as the children in Newtown, CT. Unfortunately, our president does not.

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jonas_opines 1 year, 9 months ago

It does suck when people don't miraculously adhere to your dogma, doesn't it?

And yet, you get fired up when people believe you should adhere to theirs.

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jonas_opines 1 year, 9 months ago

Both are applicable. But I've already commented on Merrill's propensities today.

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Liberty275 1 year, 9 months ago

"What us "anti-abortionists" find tragic is that people like you don't think that abortion on demand is a "horrific tragedy.""

No. Abortion is a tragedy just like kids killed by a mentally unstable man with a rifle. Both are horrible and ugly things. Americans don't surrender their rights because sometimes those rights lead to horrible and ugly things.

Anti-abortion legislation is no different than gun-grabbing legislation. Just different people set on violating our rights.

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