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hawk2618
04-18-2012, 10:47 PM
Another blockbuster of a headline for the media.This would no where near be considered a race case,but more of a "why"??? She had a miscarriage and didn't want to disappoint her man.Wouldn't he have known it wasn't his once he saw the baby??? I do have one question.Wonder if the nurse was white and the victim was black? I believe it would be pure chaos and the media would be feeding the fire,but once again I ask why??? It makes no sense to me. Anyone else??

mrveggieman
04-19-2012, 09:39 AM
Links please?

Star_Cards
04-19-2012, 09:54 AM
is this the case where the woman took her week old child to the doctors and the woman shot her in the parking lot as she left and took the baby?

side note: can we please stop these hypothetical, what if scenarios of what the "media" would do or not do if a person's race was swapped? Yes, media outlets sensationalize for ratings and obviously distort certain stories to make things more watchable, but it's all speculation.

shrewsbury
04-19-2012, 11:55 AM
how can someone steal a week old baby, take it home and her husband thinks it's theirs? why wouldn't he have been at the hospital while she was in labor? to be there to see his kid asap? to help with paperwork and feedings?

kind of freaky to say the least

hawk2618
04-19-2012, 08:18 PM
You're right,..."Wonder if"... is definately used too much.There was no need to add that. We all know what would've happened if it was switched..~~Dave C.

Star_Cards
04-19-2012, 08:27 PM
You're right,..."Wonder if"... is definately used too much.There was no need to add that. We all know what would've happened if it was switched..~~Dave C.

um... yeah. I guess there's no need to speculate when you obviously know exactly what would have happened in your hypothetical scenario.

hawk2618
04-19-2012, 08:34 PM
The world is full of hypothetical senarios as is 90% of the threads in the politics and religion forum .One more can't hurt right? :)

Star_Cards
04-19-2012, 08:43 PM
you can switch races around and speculate all you want. I just don't like when they are presented like they are fact since they aren't known for certain. I don't mind speculation, I just don't like when it's presented like the outcome actually happened. And yes I understand that we can draw on similar situations to speculate, but not all similar situations have the same variables.