Grieving mom guns for bars
"My son died in the street and this bar had a part in it. I can't believe that they can help someone die and say, 'Oh, well,' and they don't face any punishment whatsoever," said Ann Feeney, whose son was ...
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#1 Aug 8, 2008
The bar is not responsible for your son's death. The a-hole that drove the car drunk is the only person to blame. I am tired of people in today's American society blaming others for the actions of an individual. I surmise, that when blame is put on others for the actions of one, it the intended consequences is monetary gain. Everyone is today's society has to be a winner. Little League baseball leagues don't keep score so that no one feels bad if they lose. Everyone has the right to own a home, so the government tells the banks that they have to lend their money. That is why the housing market is what it is today. Sure there may be a few homeowners that due to illness or an untimely death that are in grave conditions. But the majority of these people whose have or will lose their home to foreclosures never should have purchased a house in the first place because their income wasn't high enough. But I suppose you would blame the banks.
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