I appreciated Neil Rudel's column ("Undermining no help to O'Brien, PSU future") on Thursday.
We are now over two years into this mess (The Patriot-News reported the Sandusky grand jury investigation in March 2011), and the nasty tone of so many participants and observers continues.
But doesn't it appear their target and motivation may have changed.
Does it look to you like it does to me that there is/was an overbearing sense of entitlement in State College?
Many who no longer feel that entitlement seem to be using the sewers to fight back. Did the insular geography and lack of criticism breed some of this mess?
I wonder if the "reformers" want real change? Will they fight for open governance and oversight? Within the movement do some of the high profile types have their own sense of entitlement?
Or is it more a power play focused on revenge and the power of leading such an effort?
Falls Church, Va.
When a soldier is killed in the line of duty, his family eventually gets a flag and a note conveying sympathy and respect from the United States government.
When a pro basketball player announces he is gay, he immediately gets a personal phone call from the president of the United States congratulating him for his courage.
Am I missing something?