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Re: “Cohen Gives Congress an 'A' for 2009

Your comment is typical of today’s conservative faction. You have taken a statement by Mr. Cohen, honoring a college and a dear friend that truly impacted his career and twisted this comment to portray Mr. Cohen as insensitive, without understand the meaning of the man he was honoring.
Governor Wilder’s (as those in is inner sanctum referred to him) stoke was so sever, that he was in a vegetative state upon arriving at the hospital, and his death was eminent. Out of respect it wasn’t reported as such. One would also have to understand that Governor Wilder was more active at age 88 than most men in their 20’s. If you would read the other articles written about Mr. Wilder, he himself was eagerly awaiting his own death 2 years before his stroke occurred. These are things that Mr. Cohen knew and understood about the man, and although the news didn’t quote him verbatim, you uncaringly criticize Mr. Cohen.
Governor Wilder’s Death was a blessing to Governor Wilder, was how I understood the meaning of Mr. Cohen’s statement, but you would have to had known Mr. Wilder as Mr. Cohen did to understand that, or perhaps you should have read or researched the issue (there are two more articles about Mr. Wilder in this issue for which you could start) a little more before defaming one man for honoring another, in the typical hypocritical way that you did. And if your reply shall be that you couldn't you have known the meaning from Mr. Cohens statement, then I would think that an objective person would have just kept the comment to themselves.

Posted by uniguy on 01/04/2010 at 2:34 AM


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