Some folks have an issue with Boomer & Carton calling for the death of whomever attacked Boston USA | Bob's Blitz

Some folks have an issue with Boomer & Carton calling for the death of whomever attacked Boston USA

Discussing the Boston terrorist attacks, Craig Carton took a call from Joe in New Jersey.

Caller Joe: question is what if we find out who and we'll go with the assumption that it is a terrorist attack.

Carton: I don't know how, this is my own personal feelings , I don't know how you view this as anything other than a terrorist attack. It's hard to have that conversation on this radio show because it's your own personal beliefs. I don't want any of this to be political. I have very strong beliefs that if you catch someone who did it, ahhhh, there's no trial and you kill them. And you're done with it. That's just how I feel and I know that goes against how a lot of people feel, but just my own personal sensibilities, Find out the person who did it, if you know 100 % for (garbled) and that's the person who did it. You end that person and that's it. It's very simple to me, but that's me and you get off on a whole different tangent which I don't want to go in that direction. I know that it angers a lot of people.

Boomer: I don't care who it angers, the fact of the matter is we're all in this together, we all have very passionate feeling s when it comes to this especially when you see those images. When you know there are going to be people that have lost limbs that are going to be living with this the rest of their lives, that lost an 18 tear old son. That terror, that post traumatic stress disorder is going ot be living with a number of those first responders and people that were right there so we want revenge we want to be able to hold somebody accountable for this and we want to make sure we get the right people. We extract the revenge that should be in the response to something so insidious as this.

Folks had a problem with that.

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