What's wrong with this guy?

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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/Iraq/Story/0,2763,1221644,00.html

    Am I the only one who thinks this guy is living in fantasy land?
     
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    Typical of the left. He is using his own son's death to advance his personal agenda. If his son truly was a "big" supporter of Bush as he claims, why would he disparage his son like this? Why is he using his son like this?

    This man is sick!

    I said in another thread a few days ago that you have to wonder if Nick wasn't, somehow, trying to get his father's "approval" by going to Iraq, got himself killed and now his father is feeling guilt so he is acting out in a strange manner.

    This man seems to have no empathy for his son and seems to be more occupied in using his son's death to promote his own agenda!
     
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    Shouldn't be any surprise other than he's not outraged at anybody who would kill his son. This kind of misguided and mistaken thinking is prevalent aming many Americans today. These killers are no better than rabid dogs and should be shot down in the same manner that you would a rabid dog. Then they should be buried in some hole in the middle of the desert somewhere so the sandstorms finally reveal their holes and the tarantulas finally devour them.
     
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    Keep in mind that we have no idea what either of the father or son have going on in politics, military, islamic, or any other circles.


    For all we know, both could be agents and one is spreading disinformation about the other.

    No matter how wacky it seems, we know nothing about either's lives.
     
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    Or it could be just that the man is still in a terrible state of grief and pain over the death of his son. my opinion anyway.
     
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    DK I have a son and I assure you that I and everybody else that I know who has a son would not ever entertain saying that these guys and the president are equal to blame in his death. Thats fucking crazy! I wouldn't give a shit who the pres was, what goddamn party he was from or if he drank goddamn budweiser. My every waking and probably my nocturnal thoughts would be to slaughter that fuck with the machete like the fucking pig that he is.

    Knowing me, I would already be in Greece loaded for bear and on my way to being smuggled into Iraq through Turkey with a few Greek mercenaries and the mission would be finished when either I had this sumbitches head in my knapsack or I was dead.

    For this dickweed Michael Berg to think any other way in my book makes him half a man.

    BTW I know you have a stepson so maybe you do know how I feel, I don't know what the relationship is so don't misunderstand me.
     
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    I think it's the grief, and that has to be absolutely horrible.

    I know you guys probably heard where he was already dead when they sawed his head off.

    The kid may have been absolutely wonderful, but these guys don't care about that, and him being Jewish, don't think it would have bothered them.

    Some people do live in a fantasyland, and it would be nice if that was how people are, but they aren't, and at some point you have to identify the enemy. Bush is not the enemy.
     
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    Death of a child affects people in major dramatic ways, some more than others. I've seen marriages break up over the death of a child, I've seen people get so depressed that they become hermits, I've read where others have killed themselves outright because of that death. OCA, thats how you would react, I'm pretty sure I'd react the same way given the circumstances. Maybe Berg's father is more unstable than most.
     
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    That's right! The death of a child is impossible. He's probably in the anger phase of the grief, and the anger phase is really tough to handle.

    I don't think I'd be criticizing the man too much, regardless of what was going on, his child is dead.
     

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