Originally Posted by mnchiefsguy
Like I stated, upon further review she did in fact apologize... while I do have doubts about how genuine said apology was, since it took three failed parole attempts before she saw the light, she did offer it up and I acknowledged it.
And, for the umpteenth time....no one in this thread has said that Columbia did not have the right to hire a terrorist who had done her time, or that she does not have the right to be employed. All that was said was that was morally wrong (which it is), and that Columbia is not immune from the amount of heat and criticism it is taking for making this particular hiring choice.
Of course, I guess expecting a fan of 60's radicals(or terrorists, in this case) such as yourself to know how to read might be asking a bit much.
And my point in this is that it's ironic as hell that the NYP is fanning that heat and criticism on their back page, while committing slander on the front page.
Really, I could give two shits about this lady. Her place of employment has and will have no effect on me. Really, her place of employment has no effect on the writer of this OpEd. I don't fault him for harboring resentment for her, but the fact that he's trying to parlay the Boston bombings into his argument is weak sauce to me.
Again, maybe this guy's next letter to the editor should be telling them about how bad they ****ed up this week. But no, he won't because it's not part of his agenda.
What if she got a job at a 7-11 down the street from his house. Is he going to go on a crusade to get her fired and is that just?
I have a friend that stabbed someone a few years ago. Should he or his employer get shit from now until eternity for it??? He works with knives ftr.