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Published: Sunday, Sept. 22 2013 1:22 p.m. MDT

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Wayne Rout
El Paso, TX

This is one of the worst cases of workplace violence I have seen. It is almost like terrorism, but we know that there are no terrorists any more. I think the people there are just upset about the new movie that was playing this weekend.

cjb
Bountiful, UT

Adherents of the religion of peace are at it again.

JBQ
Saint Louis, MO

Al-Shabaab is associated with the incident involving "Black Hawk Down" where they dragged the bodies of U.S. soldiers through the streets. Kenya is doing the world a favor by invading and taking them on in Somalia. This is a tragic incident. We in America can look with askance on their efforts to stabilize their country. Our very president has connections to the country through his own father. We can at least comment on the brave actions of the Kenyan military in defending these native Christians and tourists who were attacked in the Mall. America can do better. As a Navy veteran, I know that Navy ships pull into Kenya often on shore leave. The obvious racial component to the lack of compassion for these people needs to be exorcised.

Albert Maslar CPA (Retired)
Absecon, NJ

Question is what should the US do about this al-Qaida terror in Kenya, ancestral home of President Obama? America is funding and cooperating with al-Quaida in Syria and at what point will the US stop investing in its own demise?

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