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it's always someone else's fault, or the Lord allowed it

Posted by Acheick on March 07, 2005 at 14:05:28

In Reply to: Bang! It's a smoking gun! posted by Karmageddon on March 07, 2005 at 12:55:47:

but never do THEY have to admit guilt to anything or assign blame to themselves, unless it's some lowly peon who was following orders, then they become the easy scapegoat. The abused and/or the victim is always the one at fault. How incredible.

I've been wondering about Maria. Just how does she feel now that both her children have not turned out to be the shining examples she and Berg claimed they were going to be? If I were her, and the two children I had turned on me the way they have (Techi has a myriad of problems, apparently), my one and only son wanted to actually murder me, man oh man, would I be feeling the shits, not trying to freakin defend myself. I would feel like a true failure in that I could not raise my children as a good mother. Who is she blaming, the Lord again for "allowing" it to happen? It's always that way when it happens to them, but if to someone else, then THEY have spiritual problems.