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    Default Did the devil make him do it?

    According to Fox News...

    http://http://www.foxnews.com/story/...266860,00.html

    When unexplained violence takes center stage, we tend to turn to modern psychology to explain it.

    But there is an alternative explanation, one that has been played out in film, stage and writings since the beginning of history.

    Was Cho Seung-Hui schizophrenic ? psychotic ? manic-depressive? Or were the shooting deaths of 32 people, including Cho himself, at Virginia Tech University part of the ongoing struggle between God and Satan ? good against evil ? lightness and darkness?

    Could Cho have been possessed by the Devil? Could that explain the massacre at Virginia Tech?

    Dr. Richard Roberts, president of Oral Roberts University, shouts an unequivocal ?Yes!?
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    Yes, him and Geraldine (of the old Flip Wilson Show). If Dr. Roberts were in front of me, I'm sure the devil would force me to smash in his face - in spite of my valiant efforts not to.


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    Here is the voice of reason, something you will not hear on CNN and certainly not Fox News.

    The kid was not schizophrenic. He wasn't possessed by a Devil or Satan.

    HE WAS SIMPLY DIFFERENT. Different because he expected to act the way he did and for people to accept him for who he was. He expected people to treat him as equal even if he was poor and others were rich. He expected girls to like him even if he was not as wealthy as the other guy. He expected the country he lived in to be fair to other countries.

    He expected rich kids to not simply enjoy their luxuries and their parents continue to favor killings and war while others are dying in Iraq and elsewhere.

    He expected for people of all major at universities to be trated with respect and not as though one major is more important and profitable than another.

    He was a kid who could not take all these injustices that were stuck in his face on a daily basis.

    He did it in a very perverted way and he became a criminal but his thoughts are not uncommon to other oppressed people. Not at all!

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    I've said this before several times, but just when I think your posts can't get any dumber, or more inane you go and prove me wrong. There are plenty of kids that are "different" and go through problems in their lives, but they don't go out and murder 32 people.

    To try and extend this to US Foreign Policy is perhaps the most idiotic thought process I've ever read. In posting about this topic in the future, you would do well to tread lightly. I'm just telling you.

    The piece of garbage that did this was a coward, plain and simple. He should have just killed himself originally so 32 innocent families wouldn't have to pick up the pieces from his worthless ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    I've said this before several times, but just when I think your posts can't get any dumber, or more inane you go and prove me wrong. There are plenty of kids that are "different" and go through problems in their lives, but they don't go out and murder 32 people.

    To try and extend this to US Foreign Policy is perhaps the most idiotic thought process I've ever read. In posting about this topic in the future, you would do well to tread lightly. I'm just telling you.

    The piece of garbage that did this was a coward, plain and simple. He should have just killed himself originally so 32 innocent families wouldn't have to pick up the pieces from his worthless ass.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiltz View Post
    Ditto Brother Jensen
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    Big, in reading your convoluted way in which you try to justify the unjustifiable, you sound like you're just a minor injustice away from going off the deep end as well.

    I don't know what a person has to do for you to think they are a sociopath, other than being a Republican or neocon.

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    Dammnit Big! this thread was supposed to turn into a Fox-News-Bash-a-thon, than you had to go say something stupid like that and take all the attention away from all the stupid things Fox was saying....

    thanks...
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    I have my opinion and I am sticking by it.

    He said something like this: "Do you know what it feels like to have your throat cut from ear to ear?" I cannot refer this to any other situation than the one going on in the Middle East right now.


    I don't condone what he has done in ANY WAY.

    Myself I don't think I could ever kill anyone unless I was a soldier in a war. Its just not something that I even have in my mind. But then again, who knows what can happen when you are really in a messed up situation.

    Ever watched full metal jacket? That big, fat kid was normal when he arrived for training.

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