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Monday, 01 June 2009



Firstly, I applaud and concur with your basic moral handling of both these murders. It's far too rare.

Secondly, I would like to suggest that religion in and of itself isn't at the root of either of these horrible murders. Rather it is religious fundamentalism that is a common thread between them. All Muslims are no more to blame for the cold-blooded murder of the young soldier than all Christians are to blame for the cold-blooded murder of Dr. Tiller.



Funny, I've seen no blog entries on the left headlined "Mass Murderer Murdered" about the recruiter murder.

I've seen no Randall Terry-like press conferences from anti-war movement leaders talking about how bad the murdered person was.


Ah, scrubbing your site of comments that counter your argument. Real classy.

Grow a pair.

[Editor's note: sometimes comments get caught in a spam filter. It happens. And I don't have time to check for comments every day. So sometimes comments sit in limbo for a while. Deal with it. I know you will probably never read this, but it is here as testament to my general philosophy of not censoring except for actual spam or really filthy stuff I wouldn't want my mom to read. I would have e-mailed you, but the address you left is fake. Coward. Maybe you are the one who should grow a pair... Resistance is futile!]


Well said Gully! WELL SAID! Maybe I'm twisted a bit, but I weep for the family of the young Soldier...got one myself in boot camp now in Georgia.

Not so much for the Tiller family. Oh, I wish them peace...I just had no grace for their father.

It's easier to weep over the death of someone you admire I guess.

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