Sunday, February 17, 2013

Support for Dorner Is Troubling

By Dennis Prager  February 12, 2013 9:00 A.M.
Anyone who fails to condemn the killer is failing in his duty.  Just when you thought you’d seen it all with the Sandy Hook murders of a classroom full of children, America experienced another new low: A man named Christopher Dorner murdered three (as of this writing) innocent people in order to air personal grievances. And his grievances were given serious attention by the national media, not to mention by left-wing websites.
To better understand this: Imagine the outcry if, let us say, a white student who was certain that he was denied admission to a prestigious university because of affirmative action murdered a university official, the daughter of the dean of admissions, and her fiancé.  Imagine further that this man had posted a lengthy manifesto delineating how unfairly he had been treated by that university, and promising that he would continue to murder admissions-department officials until the university admitted he was wrongfully rejected……To Read More.....  

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