Wednesday, April 18, 2007

don't be sorry

Yung Yang, a South Korean living in Virginia, said about the Virginia Tech shootings "Every Korean person is so very sorry."

It's a nice sentiment -- but Yang and other Koreans shouldn't be sorry about what Cho Seung Hui did. Sure, they can be sorry and feel sympathy for the victims and families -- we all do. But they shouldn't be sorry because it was done by Cho.

It isn't the fault of Koreans! White Americans don't apologize every time some angry white male does something like this -- and after all, it usually IS a white male that goes on a killing spree.

So, Yung Yang, be sad -- but you don't have to apologize.


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