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That may be true, that may not be true. I don't know.

What I do know is that the issue is larger than Aaron himself.




If it's larger than Aaron, then people shouldn't be using his death as the core reason for their crusade.

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Absolute rubbish. Why should we not use individuals as catalysts for greater change? Doing so has a long, successful, and proud history in this country. Hell, it predates the country.

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You shouldn't do it the day after he died. You should mourn him and let his loved ones mourn him.

And what part of forcing a single attorney out of her job is "greater change"? What part of that is being "proud"?

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