Don’t want people to act like monsters? Then don’t call them monsters

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      Sandy Rozek
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      Originally published July 16, 2016, at With Justice for All By “Shelly Stow” . . . If things really come in threes, then I have a monster story yet to
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      d

      Well Stated!

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      Anne

      Thank you for speaking truth.

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      Saddles

      What a bumbling nightmare a lot or many can go thru thru with this ordeal of the sex registry plight. Stepping up to issues is good. Even one of the many presidents stepped up to the issues with true understanding. That person was Jimmy Carter. View’s on speaking out on issues in his day were good if they are based on true understanding & wisdom. Who is manulipating in this Dr. Jeckle or Mr. Hyde ordeal or where does Erase the Hate come infor mankind or does hatred stirreth up strife.

      Oh yes we can go thru so many pitfalls of life in many ways but with this sex offender do all roads lead to Rome or the distruction of Rome in this type of manulipation. WE as the people on the registry have a challenge to help others and yes helping others in this sex offender plight is worth while and challenging .

      Yes we can all get out of the boat and make a difference and speak out to put an end many or much of this registry whether thru Rational Laws, abolishment, or other means we all can make a different to help others in this America.

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      Tim in WI

      The behavior of name calling is well documented and studied. You may thank your leadership for supporting it on a world wide scale via SOR. The civil nature of the congressional impetus for online ad hominem attack was approved by the great authority of the United States supreme court in 2003, and promulgated under the guise of public safety and the benefit of the vulnerable. I still say those choices were far more about the machine regime than the violent man.

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