obviously you didn't read the post that I was replying to. This person was basically saying that if I were to put all of the blame on him, I was raised to be a victim, which was not what I said AT ALL. And in fact, I flat out said that a "good man" as people were trying to say that Cesar Meza is would NOT under any circumstances do something like that to the mother of his children, and definitely NOT in *front* of his children.<quoted text>
Well mom in whittier i do know the circumstances and knowing them i know his intentions were to kill her. Thank god there are great doctors in this world we take for granted. he is totally to blame i know for a fact as well. so stop with the mom talk and stop thinking your kids are saints. thats kinda like what your saying about being raised like a victim you probably spoiled the hell out of your kids and you were naive to the reality of the parasites on society they are so shut the hell up and go bake your son a cake with a file in it.
In fact, let me quote my first post:
"A good man does not do something like this, and a good father sure as heck does not do something like this in front of his kids. Those children are going to have to live with that for the rest of their lives, and they are never going to get over it. Hopefully she recovers and her children will not have to grow up without her."
My second post (which is the one you replied to) was in response to this by an "Anonymous" poster:
"A good mother does a better job of picking a father for her children. I'd still say 75% of this is on him, but better choices on her part might've avoided all of this.
If you say she was completely blame free, you were raised to be a victim. You were raised to believe you could play on the freeway and sue anyone who runs you over.
I do wish her a speedy recovery and the best for her kids & the emotional trauma they were put through."
Nowhere in either post did I say that SHE was at fault, did I? Obviously Anonymous thinks that SHE is at fault, and I don't agree. Have you not EVER fallen in love with somebody only to realize years later how stupid you were in that case? THAT is what I was referring to, NOT his actions.
If you really want to know my opinion on this here it is. He is selfish, and somehow thinks that his problem with being rejected by a woman was too much for him. His pride was hurt and he acted out. He cannot possibly believe that *he* did something to bring on her kicking him out. He obviously did not think beyond getting his revenge, and how it would affect his children in the long run.
I never once said my child is a saint, and if you read anything that I posted previously, you'd know that "smarter than you".