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Anguish and Personal Reflections on Virginia Tech

April 25, 2007

(Audio Archive)

“My mind is still reeling as I feel compelled to read all the gory details:
– from the heroism of the Holocaust survivor who gave his life so that others may live
to the demons that plagued the mind of the mass murderer…
– from the terrifying details of the victims’ accounts
to the sad yet profoundly uplifting fortitude of the Hokie Community and the Virginia Governor…
– and, of course, the ultimate questions of how to prevent senseless violence from happening again:
more restrictive gun laws?
more sense of community?
better mental health care?
better sharing of information?
I don’t claim to have all, or even that many, answers, just a number of searing anguished questions.
Please join me today to discuss your thoughts and feelings on the Virginia Tech Massacre.”
— Mark Levine
[Live at 5 pm Eastern Time, 4 pm Central, 3 pm Mountain, and 2 pm Pacific]

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  • Rocky Rhodes April 29, 2007 11:04 am

    Radicals of either wing–911 Truthers or Swiftboaters–seem to have the same unAmerican flavor–while both wear the American flag riding outside their adult diapers

  • Sean April 29, 2007 12:45 am

    Right wing???
    I’m a 911 truther. I could not be less right wing. I believe in an independent USA, and I believe we have the right to defend our nation and our sovereignty starting with our personal safety.
    Partisanship is a cheap trick to get us to relinquish our liberties.
    Loss of liberty always leads to tyranny. I do not want to live in a police state.