Throwing religious and political mud and colors to Aurora massacre is absurdity
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To put the blame on religion and politics as an aftermath of Aurora movie theatre massacre is absurdly unfair and divisive. Venturing to nag religious leaders and political leaders notably in the Democratic Party over the movie house incident deepens currently existing hate, hatred and racism between Black and White America.
America to allow this to happen among its people will be reduced to become lower than the earth. The impact of the tragedy could not be lessened when men of God (preachers, religious leaders) and political leaders point their fingers at one another. They only aggravate the very tense situation consequent of the massacre.
Pettiness of minds of those who embark on such divisiveness need the guidance and counsel of those who are morally strong to talk and pacify those who are now shouting at each other and throwing mud at one another. This is just like the feuds of kids when Americans do this.
Fanaticism, dogmatism and all forms of prejudices must not be used to put mud and give colors to the sad incident. It is inappropriate for America to resort to the thoughts and wisdom of the "Dark Ages."
Allow the machinery of American justice to investigate and look into the root causes that prompted James Eagan Holmes to perpetrate that heinous crime. The doer of the crime must be brought under the rule of law so that justice for himself and his victims be served accordingly.