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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    August 22, 2006

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    ron

    i searched the main stream media high and low and could find little, if any, reporting of the uptick in bush's approval ratings. rasmussen has bush at 43%. interesting when his poll numbers were sinking, it was headlines. now that they are giving no coverage. what do you expect from the biased mainstream media. some people are not happy, but more are realizing the islamic terrorist threat is real and is not going to go away soon. we are in a fight for our survival. the democrats offer no solution.

    Pat

    Funny how when Kimberly Dozier was injured it made headlines for weeks, and when other journalists in the liberal media outlets were kidnapped or injured, they ALWAYS got more press coverage.

    How shameful and disrespectful of Steve Centanni's life and of him as a breathing, living, heart-beating human being, to give such little coverage. I draw a parallel to my son, who was just born in April. To say I would be fuming mad if he were abducted and nobody did anything about it, would be the understatement of the century.

    Does Steve's life mean so little even to the so-called compassionate, tolerant, individualistic liberal left, that its media pawns can't even muster a few seconds of air time a day to devote to pleaing for his release?

    But hey, as long as we get 15 minute updates on traffic, weather, and how low the President's poll numbers are, that's wayyyyy more important than one man's life.

    Steve - we normal Americans out here are praying for you and feel so ashamed in our own media, and the lack of coverage you've gotten. If we could all wave a wand and change the world, you'd get coverage every day until you were released. It's not your fault you work for Fox News. It's the CNN's and NBC's and CBS's and ABC's of the world who should be completely horrified and ashamed of themselves for their lack of simple, basic, human compassion about life.

    I want everyone reading this to just sit back and think of the person you love the most. What would your life be like if they were gone forever? How low down and terrified would you feel if nobody was trumpeting your loved one's cause? Just imagine....hear the silence beating in the background like the echo of your lost loved one's heartbeat.

    AND THAT is what Steve Centanni's family is feeling right now.

    Take it upon yourselves to call the local media outlets, request to know, request that they run an update. Who knows, maybe the Druids at the local or even regional or nationwide networks will hear us if enough of us speak up.

    It's high time this kind of treatment of people's lives and careers stop for good just because of some idiot liberal's ideology. How sad, sad, sad, and shameful...

    God speed Steve.

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