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    « I just don't get it | Main | We all make mistakes »

    April 16, 2013

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    Jeanne Byington

    I would be happy NOT to know the name of a horrific creep or of an organization with no soul, one that kills with relish and doesn't care about the lives it destroys.

    I'm all for freedom of the press and as far as I am concerned, the press should be free to leave a ____ or XXXX or some clever noname symbol to indicate that the writer didn't make a mistake by omitting such identification. Broadcast media should do the same.

    I'm for trying anything to discourage this behavior.

    Sherry Goldman

    I understand the media is just doing it job and the public has a right (and insatiable desire) to know things. But, I think it's a bit too much, especially with the 24/7 news cycle. No only are they giving 'fame' to the people and/or groups that are causing these tragedies (which I don't think they should), but they are telling other wanna-bes how to do things like make a bomb, find materials, etc. - all in the name of reporting the news. I think there needs to be better discretion shown by everyone.

    Alan Hirsch

    David, until the U.S. decides to put all captured and guilty Islamic Jihadists to sleep forever, we are doomed to continuous attack by all the nations of Islam. All values held high in the U.S. are opposed by the Muslim countries, e.g. a free press, diversity of people and thought, freedom of speech, respect and opportunity for women, an honest judicial system, freedom of religion, free elections, educational opportunities for all...and on and on.

    David, unfortunately, we in the U.S. think it is better for taxpayers to pay $300,000 a year to keep the blind killer sheik in prison rather than to give him a lethal injection.

    Capital punishment has its place, e.g Eichmann, the Okla. City killer, the handsome Florida mass murderer (Ted Bundy?) etc...yet the U.S. wants to protect and hold murders, without eliminating extremist killers such as the blind sheik.

    Anyone in the U.S who would do in any of the 22 Arab countries what the blind sheik did in the U.S. would be eliminated immediately. WSJ reporter Pearl was beheaded by Islamic fanatics and he was innocent of all charges. Anyone who believes such people can be talked to or affected by what we do is dreaming.

    Nothing we do will discourage them from trying to kill us. You can't be logical or rational with illogical fanatics, 75% of whom are illiterate.

    It's simple...either kill them or they will kill you. There is no other end possible.

    best,
    Alan Hirsch

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