It's Tuesday, June 12th and the talk is all about a father killing his daughter's sexual abuser, America's family net worth dropping by nearly 40% and a English teacher in Massachusetts giving 2012 graduates the real talk about making it in the real world.
I say: The recession is over, but the middle is still hurt. People are working to pay-off their debts and get back on financially stable terms. This is going to take sometime as millions of jobs were lost in the private sector. If you ask me, new businesses is where the hope begin.
I say: The guy did what most fathers would do and defend his innocent daughter. He didn't purposely kill the abuser, so he shouldn't be indicted. Keep your loved ones close and protect them and yourself. Not everyone in our society are "average", as I say.
I say: I understand where Mr.McCullough is coming from, but not every teen in our Country is given everything. There are still some out there that work for what they've have now and earned from this point on, including the honor to graduate from high school in the United States. Yes, the real world provides greater responsibilities and difficult decisions, but don't throw it out there as if they're going to fail soon as they get on their own.
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