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  • tonylap2 tonylap2 Jul 28, 2012 3:41 PM Flag

    Who wants to donate for the Colorado killer's defense fund?

    Yeah maybe we should hang everybody that 3 other peopale point at and say he did something wrong ! Oh we tried that in 1692 it was called the Salem Which trials !!! That is why we have a Constitution !!!

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    • The Salem Witch Trials wwere based on religion not on right or wrong. But that is one of the reasons we have Freedon from Religion in the Constitution. There are some people who still want to force their religion onto others.

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      • “The Salem Witch Trials were based on religion not on right or wrong….”

        The threads on this Topic were at least 90% deleted. That gives an insight into the thinking of those who are behind the censorship. It is apparent that they don’t support the idea of liberty and personal responsibility, preferring instead that of the “therapeutic state”. That further infers the likelihood of more of these obscene mass murders because of the mindless concept that people are not responsible for their actions. Again, reposted, is the reference to the piece of mail found in the University mailroom from Holmes to a psychiatrist prior to the event.

        By the way, Dr. Thomas Szasz, in his writings, has likened the current state of mental health as “witch hunts”.

        The following is but one of many books written by him:

        scribd com/doc/21198016/Szasz-Thomas-Psychiatric-Slavery-1977 (replace the space with a period to access)

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