Connecticut School Shooting.

Connecticut School Shooting.

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Almost an Atheist

Prestonsburg, KY

#1 Dec 14, 2012
I have been a Christian most of my life, but I cannot comprehend what happend today at the school shooting.

Now please do not pass judgment on me for I am only seeking a way to understand this, but...

How could a God that is supposed to be all loving, create such an evil being such as Satan who would encourage someone to commit such acts of murder? I mean, come on! Why did God even have to create a satan? Why create evil and sin in the first place?

You can pray as much as you wish, but it is not going to bring those children back. Had God not created such Satan,or had God not created evil in evil then these children would still be alive.

Why did God cause Adam and Eve to sin? If he did not want them eating from the tree, then why create it?

These children did not have.to.die. God could have.prevented it but he didn't.

Why alow these things to happen, why?

Since: Jan 12

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#2 Dec 14, 2012
And, the supreme court has ruled that kids CAN bring guns to school if they have a permit.
mamamia

Versailles, KY

#3 Dec 14, 2012
you know how they have a couple of guards at the new high school? we should have those at all schools and they should all carry guns..
cowboy

Wright, WY

#4 Dec 14, 2012
"... significant action, regardless of politics ..." BHO. In other words, our guns will be confiscated, "regardless of politics." 2d Amendment will come on for repeal, "regardless of politics." When media and BHO blamed "tea party" for Tucson killings, the repeal movement gathered steam -- until it was discovered that nut job with not a political thought in his head had done the killing. Anti gun crowd geared it up again after the Aurora, CO killings -- until it was learned that a nut job with not a political or rational thought in his head had done the killing.

BHO promised today that "I will take significant action, regardless of politics..." Hitler saved the German population by convincing them to voluntarily turning in their guns. Surely BHO does not mean my revolver loaded with snake shot does he? Or my Kentucky Long Rifle? or my deer rifle? or my bear/moose rifle? or my elk rifle? or my .270 antelope rifle? IT has been 40 years since I went after bear. I have never drawn down on a moose. I am too old and broken down to go after elk. Oh well, I can still shoot deer, antelope and coyote out my front door as they eat my stock's feed. I wonder if BHO will let me shoot the deer and pronghorn eating the feed? And how about that wily coyote who likes to dine on my goat kids? Those guns will not be subject to "significant action," will they?

After significant action, I suppose, all will be good and "fair." I won't have to ever scare off a burglar again -- since they won't have guns either, will they?

Idea. BINGO. Aurora, Tucson and Sandy Hook were all done by folks under 30. Maybe we can just ban guns for men/boys under 30?
cowboy

Wright, WY

#5 Dec 14, 2012
mamamia wrote:
you know how they have a couple of guards at the new high school? we should have those at all schools and they should all carry guns..
Wrong. The killer in Connecticut was "buzzed" in through locked door when office worker recognized him as teacher's son. The guard would have done the same, "Hi, Adam, how is your mom?"
cowboy

Wright, WY

#6 Dec 14, 2012
The very day that the football killed his girlfriend and himself and got Bob Costas all wound up, there was a triple homicide at Casper College in Wyoming. It happened in a college classroom. Computer class. Interestingly the killer had driven in that very morning from his home in Connecticut (coincidence?) He killed his Dad's girlfriend first. Then he went into his Dad's classroom and killed his Dad. The big difference? Students were older.

Oh, and one other thing.

He killed his wife's girlfriend, a college math professor, with "a very large knife." He killed his Dad with a crossbow to the head. He killed himself with a "very large Knife."

Multiple murders are OK if one does not use guns. I guess
cowboy

Wright, WY

#7 Dec 14, 2012
"... football player..."
cowboy

Wright, WY

#8 Dec 14, 2012
"...Dad's girlfriend ..."
lol

Somerset, KY

#9 Dec 14, 2012
cowboy wrote:
The very day that the football killed his girlfriend and himself and got Bob Costas all wound up, there was a triple homicide at Casper College in Wyoming. It happened in a college classroom. Computer class. Interestingly the killer had driven in that very morning from his home in Connecticut (coincidence?) He killed his Dad's girlfriend first. Then he went into his Dad's classroom and killed his Dad. The big difference? Students were older.
Oh, and one other thing.
He killed his wife's girlfriend, a college math professor, with "a very large knife." He killed his Dad with a crossbow to the head. He killed himself with a "very large Knife."
Multiple murders are OK if one does not use guns. I guess
20 children are dead you damn fool! Piss on you and your guns!
Vet

Wooton, KY

#10 Dec 14, 2012
My heart goes out to the families and I hope all is served justice with extreme prejudice!!!
mamamia

Versailles, KY

#11 Dec 14, 2012
cowboy wrote:
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Wrong. The killer in Connecticut was "buzzed" in through locked door when office worker recognized him as teacher's son. The guard would have done the same, "Hi, Adam, how is your mom?"
well in cases like this they should have made the mom come out to see what he wanted or told him that the could send a message!
lol

Somerset, KY

#12 Dec 14, 2012
We didn't have all this crap back when children were made to do right in school and at home!
cowboy

Wright, WY

#13 Dec 14, 2012
cowboy wrote:
The very day that the football killed his girlfriend and himself and got Bob Costas all wound up, there was a triple homicide at Casper College in Wyoming. It happened in a college classroom. Computer class. Interestingly the killer had driven in that very morning from his home in Connecticut (coincidence?) He killed his Dad's girlfriend first. Then he went into his Dad's classroom and killed his Dad. The big difference? Students were older.
Oh, and one other thing.
He killed his wife's girlfriend, a college math professor, with "a very large knife." He killed his Dad with a crossbow to the head. He killed himself with a "very large Knife."
Multiple murders are OK if one does not use guns. I guess
Another coincidence, FWIW. the killer in Casper, wyoming was autistic. He had told a friend in Connecticut that his dad needed to be castrated for having infected killer with genes for autism and he should be prevented from passing autism to another child. That is exactly what the Sandy Hook CONN killer demonstrated. He was an autistic child, blamed his parents and was homicidally angry. This will send a chill down your back. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/12/02/man-kill...
Guest

United States

#14 Dec 14, 2012
cowboy wrote:
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Wrong. The killer in Connecticut was "buzzed" in through locked door when office worker recognized him as teacher's son. The guard would have done the same, "Hi, Adam, how is your mom?"
I do believe this was reported, so you're not wrong on what you say. However, it's now known that nobody buzzed him in. He shot the glass out of the door and stuck his hand in and unlocked the door himself. An alarm was sounding the very second he shot the glass out. At least this is what is being reported now.
try to answer

Cumberland, KY

#15 Dec 15, 2012
Just as God gave Satan,Adam and Eve a choice, he has given us a choice or free will. Just as Satan, Adam and Eve chose what that thought was right did not mean it was the right choice. Something good happens and we reap rewards and good words on man. Something bad happens and we blame God. We have let mans lawgiver trump Gods Laws by giving over to our lusts and reaping the benefits of our choice. We have told God to get out of our business by letting every thing be alright in our own eyes , no matter if right or wrong, let's not offend anyone. We have asked God to get out of our lives, but if something bad happens could you please hang around so we'll have someone to blame. At times like these we asked all kind of questions and when we won't look or don't want to look at the real reason, we blame God who we have no use for any other time. I know there will be people who will tell me I am nuts or a Jesus freak or what other name they care to call me, but I will not deny God in the good times as well as the bad. Every one will pile into churches ever where for a while and question God about why, then in a couple months we will put Him back on the shelve till we need to blame Him again.We told God we didn't need Him in our lives and schools, so He said OK. We are reaping our own acts whether you want to belive it or not.

“The Virtue of Selfishness”

Since: Dec 09

The Office.

#16 Dec 15, 2012
I'm very surprised something like this hasn't happened at one of Harlan's high school's yet, as f*cked up as you people are down there.

“The Virtue of Selfishness”

Since: Dec 09

The Office.

#17 Dec 15, 2012
lol wrote:
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20 children are dead you damn fool! Piss on you and your guns!
Is it the Gun's fault, or the Shooter's fault??
lol

Somerset, KY

#18 Dec 15, 2012
It is the fault of everyone. Obviously we are doing something wrong in this country when we can't send our children to school without some nut murdering them. Mental cases have rights, gun nuts have rights, gays have rights, minorities have rights, atheist have rights, criminals have rights, but the people who suffer because of them have NONE! Where are the rights of those who died at the hands of mad men! Let's declare war on cigaretts and sell more alcohol! Mass STUPIDITY!
Hornswoggle

Manchester, KY

#19 Dec 15, 2012
The Specialist wrote:
I'm very surprised something like this hasn't happened at one of Harlan's high school's yet, as f*cked up as you people are down there.
You know Rants we overlook most of the nonsense you spout, but this is not a joking matter. The person that wrote this is a jerk and an idiot!

“The Virtue of Selfishness”

Since: Dec 09

The Office.

#20 Dec 15, 2012
Hornswoggle wrote:
<quoted text>You know Rants we overlook most of the nonsense you spout, but this is not a joking matter. The person that wrote this is a jerk and an idiot!
This is not Rants, you moron. I'm taking it Rants must be The Specialist of the Harlan forum.

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