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To: Eurotwit

Sounds like the knockout game has made its way to Europe. Or perhaps it started there.
We’re going to start a new game here called Shootthebastard in my area!


5 posted on 11/22/2012 8:32:00 AM PST by Dick Bachert (Obama for president -- of KENYA!)
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To: Dick Bachert

I like the new game “Nuts, gut.....pause,pause.....headshot”


11 posted on 11/22/2012 8:47:33 AM PST by Gaffer
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To: Dick Bachert

I have no idea what’s involved in this particular incident, but I do believe that the ability of whole gangs of young men and women to play games with peoples lives and well being is fueled in part by a lack of emotional bonding during upbringing. If you have no defined family structure, and never learn about love and giving, you don’t value the lives of others. That lack of family structure has been driven, in part, by government policies that make it possible for people to have multiple children without the ability to support them and outside a two-parent household.

I have had discussions with those whose knee-jerk liberal/pseudo-progressive response is that we shouldn’t discriminate against single parents. Well, there is a big difference in my view between those who are loving responsible single parents who wound up that way without planning it, vs. those who are irresponsible and feel they are entitled to have the world pay for them to have children. The left makes it sound like everyone living on welfare with multiple children is in that position as ‘victims’. The true victims are the children who don’t get the kind of nurturing or have the stability that all children need.


19 posted on 11/22/2012 8:56:24 AM PST by pieceofthepuzzle
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