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rasputin1952 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun May-16-10 11:27 PM
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43. I do not think his children should suffer for their father's callousness...
Edited on Sun May-16-10 11:28 PM by rasputin1952
if they are are not "of age", nor participated in any of the corruption. It is immoral to drag the sons and daughters into the fray, unless they have taken the same stance and commit the same actions.

But going to this house, and others like it, drags what little sense of dignity he may have to the forefront of said family, and the neighbors that live around this individual. Unless he is a sociopath, he has to feel something for bringing this down upon his community and family.

In corporate HQ's, he's protected from the din, here, he has to face it, and that is a powerful message.
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