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There is a story in the Times-Call today about the consequences felt by kneeling NFL players. It's a study run out of CU and I'm not certain of what they want to get out of it, but I would suggest in today's world many people feel (and I use that term purposefully) that with tolerance and acceptance and even bigger picture principles that there should be no consequences for actions.

There are. I don't want to work around people that would bring this level of protest to the workplace. (kneeling).

Many people are upset with the consequences faced by an Edward Snowden for sharing so many CIA files. While I'm happy we know more about what is going on in the CIA, Edward Snowden should face the consequences of his illegal actions.

And today's news, killing women, children, and demented old people will result in real consequences. I don't know enough about the area to teach you anything, but I do know that Israelis' do not murder babies, women, demented old people at point blank range. In an occupation of Gaza, the right thing to do would have been to attack the occupiers, NOT babies.

Israel has my full support as the Palestinians must now face the consequences of their actions.

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