• Frank

    Oh the hypocrisy.

    When will your apology come to Darren Wilson for misrepresenting the facts, ignoring the facts and convicting him without the facts?

    Physician heal thyself.

    What an embarrassment. Then again RNS is full of embarrassing articles not based on facts or reality but a political ideology.

  • AD

    Our old friend, Red Herring, makes another appearance. Your comment has absolutely nothing to do with the issue being discussed.

  • Larry

    Troll says what?

    While Walhberg is feeling contrite maybe we can get apologies for his performance in:
    Planet of the Apes
    The Happening
    Max Payne
    and anything he did as “Marky Mark”.

  • Frank

    Oh please. It’s perfectly relevant to ask someone to hold the same standards they demand of others.

  • The Great God Pan

    I’ve never been a fan of this violent Bostonian thug, on- or off-screen. Well, actually he was pretty good as a deluded bozo in “Boogie Nights.” But now he wants to be legally pardoned for blinding a stranger, presumably on the grounds that he’s a good Catholic and Jesus forgives him? Apparently he is a deluded bozo in real life, as well.

    This really highlights the problem with the Christian concept of forgiveness. Christians truly do feel entitled to “redemption,” whatever that means, not only from their beloved Jesus but from everyone else. It’s unbelievably arrogant of them, yet they view themselves as “humble.” There is a true pathology at work there, and it’s not beneficial to society.

  • Laura Turner has not had 26 years to make amends and Darren Wilson likely does not know her from a cord of wood and saying someone should be indicted is rather less consequential than blinding them in one eye.

    That having been said,, a scold of the sort Laura Turner is making of herself is generally not a winsome character. Recent displays of cluelessness underline that.