Letters to the editor, Dec. 22
Published: December 24, 2012
Published: December 24, 2012
I can't imagine the grief the parents and families of the victims of those poor souls in Connecticut must be going through. This unbelievable tragedy will probably never be explained. What demons in someone can push them hard enough to carry out such a dastardly deed?
I ask this only because this is becoming a reality happening more often than anyone can fan tom or understand. People who commit these atrocities seem to hide in the shadows of everyone's neighborhood living in the house next door, then, when that monster, that demon that lives inside them rears it head, catastrophic results occur.
How can you stop that, what measures can you take to try and root the evil out before it strikes. There parents, siblings, acquaintances, someone in that group is where the answer lies, someone who is close to these individuals has to take notice, has to see some signs of the evil that lies within and tell someone in authority of there suspicions before the hidden demon takes control.
Our kids deserve a safe friendly environment to learn in, we can't make are schools look like prisons with armed guards roaming the halls. Schools somehow seem to bear the brunt of these outbreaks of menacing behavior; the defenseless seem the target of choice to these warped minds.
We all must be aware of signs that these disturbed individuals' exhibit, and regardless of your relationship look for help and you might prevent the next outbreak of insanity.
This regards the recent letter on Ishi, Uki or Oshi and the man in the Lincoln MKS in the supermarket parking lot.
I suggest that the person that got into the other person's face do a little research before getting into someone's face again.
If that was me in the parking lot I would not be lost for words. We have a lot of people like that in this country, they open there mouths, before engaging their brain.
I recently saw a sticker on a Ford vehicle, something about buying American and put Americans back to work. I think before he would advertise a sticker like that, he would buy American tires saying made in America.
Well, I have news for people like that and the gentleman in the supermarket parking lot.
I suggest before you make comments to others or place stickers on your vehicles look around your home and ask yourself, is everything in this home American made? I would be willing to bet the bank that everything in your home or what you drive is not fully American.
So before you open your mouth to others or place a sticker on your vehicle, what ever make it is, just except the complement, she was only trying to be nice to you and didn't deserve your negative comments.
I agree with her, get a life because where I sit, Lincoln or not, you appear to be a very unhappy person carrying all that hated in your heart.