Robin Young works for Public Radio International as host of “Here and Now.” According to her bio, she is a Peabody Award-winning documentary filmmaker and has been a substitute host and correspondent for the “Today” show on NBC.

She knows Tsarnaev personally:

  • BlahBlah

    Instead of tweeting perhaps she should call the FBI? Just a suggestion.

  • DeBaliviere

    “he never in his life saw this”

    Tolerance means looking the other way. #Chechen #Muslim #Terrorist

  • carti

    Perhaps she could talk to someone at the public radio mothership and tell them they can stop blaming conservatives and the month of April now.

    • TocksNedlog

      She can also call David Sirota to confirm that the suspect is white-ish.

      • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

        Let’s be clear about one thing: When the left talks about “white” people to demonize in terms of race, they are talking about Northern and West-Central Europeans, NOT Russians and certainly not ones from Dagestan.

        • TocksNedlog

          Uh yeah; I know.

        • E Quilibrate

          Ya think?

          • tacticomp

            Arent’ you paying attention? Zimmerman in the Trayvor Martin shooting alone, was called ‘white’ Hispanic just to vilify caucasians–They even edited the tapes to make him look racist. You’ll never hear the lamestream media label Black criminals as ‘black criminals’ or Brown Hispanic as criminals.

        • Orlando Cee

          Back in the day the left loved to demonize the WASPs, White Anglo-Saxon Protestants. I think that’s still the case today.

          • aliwilcox

            Eh, I think WASPs are acceptable now. It’s the Catholics they can’t tolerate.

          • mickeyco

            Really wrong, Ali. Try being an evangelical Christian.

          • aliwilcox

            Yes, you’re right. Evangelical trumps Catholic. :)

          • nogeeksadmin

            No thanks, Christian Taliban….

          • Rightturn

            Most Catholics are on the left these days.

          • aliwilcox

            I don’t know how they can reconcile this–by voting for democrats, they are supporting abortion. By supporting abortion, they are denying a basic tenet of the faith. So, as much as they want to think they are catholic, they aren’t. Let’s call them CINOs.

          • waltzingmtilda

            CINO’s…I like that. I know a woman, a devout Catholic with six kids, who voiced her dismay with me when I said I wouldn’t vote for Obama. I wanted to call her out on it but we were at a baby shower (of all things!) so I let it slide.

          • nogeeksadmin

            I have a better idea. Let’s call you a douche

          • aliwilcox

            Boo-hoo, I’m just crying my eyes out, you’re so mean…

            To paraphrase your statement elsewhere on this thread: Believing that abortion is murder is a perfect example of adhering to Catholicism. You either do or you don’t. There is no middle ground.

          • FedUp

            Your crazier than hell Rightturn…I and many American Catholics I know are not at all on the left….Maybe the illegals that are coming from Mexico but don’t be painting everyone with a broad brush like that…It only gives aid & comfort to the enemies on the Left.

      • Sons Thunder

        She can call Michelle Malkin and tell her the suspect wasn’t wearing a Che shirt.

        • TocksNedlog

          That would kinda be a wasted call, since Michelle NEVER made that allegation.

          • nogeeksadmin

            Sarcasm lost on you, eh?

          • TocksNedlog

            And the part where Sons Thunder was being ‘sarcastic’ was WHERE?

          • Sons Thunder

            I understand – all pieces at Twitchy seem to carry the same @Twitchy Staff byline. Why do you think no one wants to attach their name to their Twitchy pieces?

          • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

            Modesty and humility? Maybe those handwringing attention wh0res at PMSNBC could take a lesson.

        • John Barleycorn

          I hope you get a particularly nasty herpe flare up.

          • nogeeksadmin

            It’s ‘herpes’. One does not simply have a herpe.

          • John Barleycorn

            You’re the expert. My bad.

          • nogeeksadmin

            No worries, bro. Not an expert. Just paid attention in school, y0.

          • Evelyn A

            I agree with Barleycorn. One well placed particularly nasty herpe would work.

          • MurphTacular

            Classy, Mr. Barleycorn. Very classy.

          • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

            How bout you go choke on a bowlful of infected di(ks?

            That classy enough for you? I know we have a very high bar to meet here, what with all the gems spilling from the lips of such luminaries as Bill Maher, Rosie Barr, and Bette Midler, see the “Media” section for some of their profundities.

          • MurphTacular

            Hey, those guys are just as incorrect to be vulgar about conservatives as it is bad form for conservatives to encourage those whom they disagree with to “choke on a bowlful of infected (phalluses).” Two wrongs don’t make a right, now do they?

          • nogeeksadmin

            Bill Maher kicks ass.

      • E Quilibrate

        That would be as close to being right as that poor idiot
        has been his whole pathetic life.

      • Sons Thunder

        TBogg pretty much nails it:

        So white and possibly Muslim. Looks like both Dave Sirota and Pam Geller both win. They should hook up on eHateHarmony.— TBogg (@tbogg) April 19, 2013

        • TocksNedlog

          Well of course . . . because we all know that “Caucasian” and “white” are exactly the same thing.

          Oh wait —

    • Thomas and Jacqueline Groome

      Like that’ll happen.

    • PatriotGlory

      Naw. They’ll still come back with gun control, immigration, Bush and squirrel.

      • Silence Dogood

        A squirrel that surfs no less… LMAO!

        • PatriotGlory

          Maybe it’ll be one of those dogs that skateboards? In my opinion, that’s always a welcome distraction.

          • Silence Dogood

            HA! No doubt!

    • jacksonjay

      Well, the Hitler birthday might connect this Muslim to the month of April!

  • greatunconformity

    “beautiful boy.” Oh, ok, shut down the search.

  • Joe Elector

    IS a Black Suburban at Nephews home now?

  • bo1921

    Sounds like she has a “thing” for the “beautiful boy.”

    • MurphTacular

      Or just a sad person who is heartbroken to realize how close to home this event was. You guys are ruthless. And for no real reason either. You don’t even know her politics, but she fits your “profile” (lives in Boston, works for an NPR station, so she has to be a “loony leftie.”) Try listening to people sometimes instead of just making snap judgments. Who knows what you might find?

      • twolaneflash

        Yep, scratch an NPR “international” reporter and uncover a Leftist tool. NPR is a Leftist propaganda workshop. If she weren’t a “loony leftie”, she would have been purged by The Committee. I resent my tax dollars paying for poisoning America’s airwaves with the brainwashing meme that is NPR. I can judge a book by its cover.

        • MurphTacular

          LOL. Because you’ve met every NPR international reporter and after having extensively interviewed them have determined their opinions were “leftist.” Congrats!

          • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

            So. Tell us which NPR reporter is a flaming rightwing teebag nutjobber.

          • MurphTacular

            I have no idea. I haven’t met but one of them. That’s why I don’t make assumptions about their personal beliefs and completely discount their ability to be objective about the world.

        • E Quilibrate

          Amen.

  • DeBaliviere

    “remember djohar well, beautiful boy in tux at prom party” Always on his cell phone. A wiz in the kitchen. Used to borrow my pressure cooker for his awesome hummus recipe. Never in my life thought he’d do this.

    Did I mention I’m a reporter?

  • Diane Stephan

    Wow, you can’t make this crap up.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Marcy-Cook/1001619613 Marcy Cook

    She sounds like a groupie.

    • jody

      just a loony leftie

  • Bob Richards

    Sleeper cell.

  • Fire and Adjust!

    Robin Young (@hereandnowrobin
    I know dzhokhar tsarnave, one of best freinds of my beloved nephew

    Interesting, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sees it differently…………

    Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev
    “I don’t have a single American friend, I don’t understand them.”

    • jody

      his brother was the one friendless.

      • Fire and Adjust!

        On second review, you are right, I stand corrected……..
        None the less, the intent of my statement is not dimminished since BOTH of the brothers’ willingness to indescriminately kill ANY Americans (resulting in the death of innocents, one of which was an 8 year old boy) erases ANY sense decency or “likeability” anyone can attempt to attribute to these guys.

    • E Quilibrate

      I thought that, but then felt I had read it incorrectly. Thanks
      for clearing that up for me.

  • twolaneflash

    The Leftists and their sympathy for the Devil is always so touching, so spiritually satisfying, so holier-than-thou. Useful idiots, indeed.

    • kilthan

      My neighbor and I once had to kill a poisonous snake that had taken up residence under his porch. It was too much of a risk to leave it there with most of the area of dogs, as well as the neighbors having small children that played outside often. I felt sympathy for it. I felt pity. I still fished it out of its hole and killed it quickly.

      As conservatives we should feel pity for the evil people of the world. We should love them. We should even forgive them. But never forget that pity, sympathy, love, and forgiveness do not mean letting them off the hook, condoning evil. Justice must be served. We pray for people before we execute them, give them their choice of a last meal, let them find whatever solace they may in their faith. We give them the chance for last words. And then they are executed. Forgiveness does not equal forgetting.

      • twolaneflash

        Why did you kill that snake? Did it bite you, or your child, or your dog? Were not other options open to you, such as relocation? Does your county not have an animal control department? Did God not make the snake, give it purpose? Why do you equate the evil that is a murderer of humans with a life form that you unreasonably fear? You didn’t harvest the animal; you just slaughtered it in an emotional fit. BTW, I’ll save my pity for the victims; I’m all out of sympathy for the Devil. Poor snake.

        • kilthan

          You missed the point. there was no fear in the decision, just the rational understanding that a poisonous animal around small dogs and children has the potential to end badly. Trying to capture and relocate it also had the potential to end badly. I did not LIKE killing the snake, but did so because it was the best solution for the security of others. Yes, poor snake, but better poor snake than poor kid.

          Are we not to love our enemies and pray for those who persecute us? We should seek justice, but delighting in death is evil. I pity the criminals that did this, and wish they had not fallen under the sway of evil. The one still living should be capture, tried, and if found guilty, sentenced to death. But in the mean time, he should be fed, and clothed.

          If you prefer an example from American History, look to the Boston Massacre. The soldiers were arrested and tried. John Adams (who would one day be the President) willingly acted as their public defender. Any animosity he felt towards them didn’t stop him from doing THE RIGHT THING and seeing that justice was served. Why should we do less? Your hate will fester in you if you let. Don’t hate your enemies, pity them.

          • twolaneflash

            Where in my post did I say I hate these people. Declare them despicable, yes, but my lack of sympathy in no way implies nor infers that I am wasting energy hating them. You miss my point. Just as Jesus said there would be people to walk away from and shake the dust of the place off your shoes, these jihadists are dust to be shaken off, not pitied, mourned, celebrated, nor remembered. Oh, I pray for the billions of enemies of Christ in the world as a whole, then I smite them one at a time, lovingly, of course.

  • PatriotRG

    These are not kids! – they are not wayward misunderstood teenagers with the usual teenage problem. This is a professional terrorist cell – groomed primed and directed at innocent civilians. Anybody who thinks these two did not have a senior operational commander directing them is naive. I don’t care how many school honors they have or how American and nice they seemed to be. They are traitors to a country who gave them shelter, education, healthcare and legal rights.

    They killed innocent people. They are the enemy. Just like the London bombers.

    • MurphTacular

      As long as you’re making unshakable assessments about anything and everything, please note that “mis understood” is not two words. And what’s ‘shelter education health care legal rights’? Would you like to borrow a comma? LOL.

      • PatriotRG

        When people like you resort to a) name calling b) petty spell checking , means you have had your ass verbally handed to you in the argument.

        Best you can do is spell check my typos ? Make me some coffee while you are at it. You have found your level in life. Fine contribution. (2 sugars please)

        • MurphTacular

          Well, the post was so speculative, paranoid and sure of itself, the rampant bad grammar was somehow more interesting that the oh-so predictable fear-based comments. Who’s arguing they didn’t have a boss? But thanks for shredding that straw man for us just the same. Peace.

          • PatriotRG

            Always good to get the other sides input and i’m always open to correction.

          • MurphTacular

            What village? The Village Inn down the street? No. And I didn’t know “rampant” was such a “fan-cee” word. Would you prefer I reply in only single-syllable words?

          • PatriotRG

            Didn’t mean to imply rampant was fancy I think you missed my point. Rampant and Village together should have given it away…..get it ?

          • MurphTacular

            Oh sure … You’re calling me a name, which is ironic b/c you accused me (falsely) of having called you a name earlier in this thread. Thanks for calling me an ‘idiot.’ I thought we were having a discussion, not a contest to subtly insult one another. :>

          • PatriotRG

            where did i call you an idiot? i implied you were petty in pointing out minor grammatical errors – in fact i cant even remember what part of my argument you disagreed with.

          • MurphTacular

            I thought that what the ‘village’ comment was about. That I was a ‘village idiot.’ :>

          • PatriotRG

            No No – not what I meant at all. I’m embarrassed to tell you what i really meant. But it had nothing to do with you being an idiot.

          • PatriotRG

            Leaving all insults aside my post was – they are not kids as the media implies . They are a professional controlled terror cell – I think. I know there is no one arguing against the fact they have a controller. My point was teenagers/kids do not have a terror cell controller. That was all.

          • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

            So — did you have any substantive comment to make?

        • MurphTacular

          When did I call you a name? All of my comments were directed toward their post, not their author. Please reread. Thanks!

          • PatriotRG

            What casting aspersions on my so called lack of education is not insulting then ?

          • MurphTacular

            I was merely pointing out the poor grammar of the post. You made the inference that I was insulting your education or intelligence, not me. I’m well aware that some very smart people are poor grammarians. I’m also aware that dialect isn’t reflective of intellect.

          • PatriotRG

            Fair enough. Always happy to be corrected 😉

          • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

            Are you a paid shil for CAIR?

          • MurphTacular

            Oh. Boy. Don’t tell me you believe the wacky poo in that “Muslim Mafia” book?

          • cavwa

            hey Murph, the irony of you correcting grammar. One implies and the audience infers the comment. no one makes an inference to someone. learn the rules before you play. or in your case, stand by and judge.

          • MurphTacular

            Sorry, RC. I’ll try to be flawless in the future. :>

          • nogeeksadmin

            You are expecting comprehension? Reading and writing skills are highly suspect, and you are expecting comprehension? LOL.

        • b_truit

          Well patriot it seems that liberals can’t produce a good or valid argument so they resort to correcting typos to good or valid sentences. Style over substance. Hey murph, I need a cup while your at it. Hold the sugar.

      • PatriotRG

        Do grown men really say ‘LOL’ ?

        • MurphTacular

          Yep. And we’re not afraid of using good grammar. We also know that commas are our friends.

          • Garth Haycock

            Wouldn’t it be more correct to call it proper grammar?

      • E Quilibrate

        Doncha hafta buy those?

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      They are still American citizens, as much as I hate to claim them as countrymen. They should still be afforded their due process.. line them up for the firing squad after the conviction, but you can’t throw out the Constitution. Should be swift justice, I’d imagine. Should be.

      • PatriotRG

        Agreed – then they should be executed.

      • http://www.facebook.com/maria.wehmeyer Maria Wehmeyer

        Can’t give them due process when they are shooting and throwing bombs at police.

        • nogeeksadmin

          Actually, yes you can. It is a perfect example of adhering to the Constitution. You either do or you don’t. There is no middle ground.

          By the way, where are Rand Paul and Ted Cruz? You’d think they’d be all over this. Filibuster, anyone?

          :o)

      • J Anderson

        hope it’s happens < 7years, as in

        Sacco and Vanzetti

  • grais

    That beautiful boy would have maimed and killed both you and your beloved nephew (and the rest of your loved ones) without blinking an eye.
    That ought to mend your broken heart

    • Michael Anderson (WB)

      We can still mourn what could have been. Had their minds not been twisted who knows what good they could have accomplished. For sure, they are to blame for their actions. The oldest is already paying for them. Ultimately though blame belongs with those who teach their young to carry out these attacks. We need to start cutting off the snake’s head.

      • grais

        I don’t disagree with any of what you say. What I said was every bit as valid, however.

      • PeriMedic

        I agree with both of you. They are a symptom (product) of a greater cancer.

  • Michael Anderson (WB)

    Apparently the older one converted to Islam, and apparently drug the younger with him. No excuse for what they did, but it could explain the apparent disconnect between what Robin Young knew and what Dzhokhar’s new reality became.

    • MurphTacular

      Wow. A fairly coherent observation on Twitchy. Thanks! By the way their parents were Muslim, so I’m unsure if anyone ‘converted’ … Apparently, something changed, but it’s unclear as to what.

      • Michael Anderson (WB)

        Well there were reports saying the oldest had stopped drinking and otherwise become more serious about Islam.

    • jody

      not true #2’s world view as expressed by #2 Islam.

      • Michael Anderson (WB)

        Drug him in to Islam, sorry context wasn’t clear, I didn’t mean to say he was drug along on the attack.

  • jody

    Muslim. starts and ends with that. there will be more. God help us.

    • MurphTacular

      Yeah, and no other misled members of any other religion ever break the law or hurt people to further their beliefs. Ever heard of the Crusades?

      • Jayrod

        Yeah, they were last week, right? I would have gone, but I had tickets to a baseball game I didn’t want to miss. I’ll catch the next one in May…I’m always up for a good crusadin’.

        ,

        • MurphTacular

          The point is: Remember that story about stones and glass houses? Yeah, that one. Also, Fred Phelps and the boys claim to be devout Christians as well. Every religion has its followers that the majority wishes would find somewhere else to go …

      • http://www.facebook.com/maria.wehmeyer Maria Wehmeyer

        Wow, you’re going retro by mentioning the crusades. But anywho lets put this into perspective. For 10 points: In the past 20 years, which religion has produced more crimes against humanity, terrorists attacks, rape as a war weapon and incarceration of those who don’t submit to their beliefs?

      • PeriMedic

        Why do people bring up something that happened 1000 years ago? And do they really know the motivations behind the Crusades, or are they just parroting the term because they’ve heard it used before? And quoting all the contributions of Islamic scholars 1000 years ago?

        Who has been behind murder, persecution, subjugation LATELY?? What has Islam contributed to science and culture LATELY, or in the last few hundred years? Seems the West and Far East got their acts together and evolved instead of being stuck in 1200 CE.

        • MurphTacular

          Yes, I ‘really know’ the motivations behind the Crusades – it was to reclaim the Christian savior’s lands from Muslims.
          And while this list isn’t as recent as I’d like, it gives you some idea to the importance of Islamic culture to the world’s development.
          http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/meast/01/29/muslim.inventions/index.html

      • jody

        Crusades? When were they active last? Actually , I was in ruins of the crusades in Lebanon. Nobody there,except a film crew. ASSHAT

        • MurphTacular

          Just pointing that out b/c you act like Muslims invented doing bad things on behalf of their beliefs … They didn’t. Not by a long shot. But thanks for calling me a crude name, just the same!

      • mike_in_kosovo

        The wars that started with Muslim seizure of the Holy Lands?

        Yup… what do you *think* your point is?

        • MurphTacular

          “seizure” Hmmm … Roughly speaking, the Romans took it from the Jewish. The Romans then gave way to the Byzantine (Greek) empire and then the Greeks were pushed out by Arabs and later Muslims. Then it eventually became part of the Ottoman Empire until the Brits arrive circa WWI. … And more to your point, the Arabs/Muslims (They’re NOT the same thing, but that’s a different topic) were in charge of the Levant for about 300 years before the Western Europeans showed up, discovered sugar for the first time and kept making return trips, partly to make war, partly to get more sugar. :>

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Please list the history books (you know, the ones that are such incontrovertible proof) that show the Crusades as being between the Christians and the Romans, or the Christians and the Greeks.

            Do you blather on so about unrelated topics in hope that people *won’t* call you out on your BS?

          • MurphTacular

            Maybe I wasn’t clear: I wasn’t talking strictly about The Crusades in that post. I was talking about the changes in “ownership” of the Levant PRIOR to the Crusades. That’s where my laundry list of empires comes in: Jewish, Romans, Greeks, Arabs/Muslims/Ottomans, then British. Also, you totally ignored my really cool point about the history of sugar. :>

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Really? So, “Ever heard of the Crusades” REALLY means “the Holy Lands changed hands lots of times before the Crusades actually happened, and the Muslims had charge of them before the Christians showed up and they did lots of sugar runs, you guys”?
            I’m waiting for the bullshit storm to square Romans, Greeks and sugar trading with religions ‘breaking the law and hurting people to further their beliefs’.

            This oughta be a doozy.

          • MurphTacular

            Hey, no BS storms on my part. All of that stuff is true. Looking back through this thread, my point is this: That anyone who thinks Islam is the lone religion that has now or has had bad actors doing horrible things in its name is sadly misguided. That’s why I pointed out the Crusades, b/c I think it’s not very Christ-like to march hundreds of miles, kill lots of people and try and take their land. It’s not cool when Muslims do it, Christians do it or when Zorastrians did it. So, singling out “Muslims” as being an exceptionally bad seed or for having a new idea in terms of spreading horror from place to place is short-sighted.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            “What have you done for me LATELY?” – Janet Jackson

            Feel free to list the religious wars started by Christians in the last few decades, as compared to the CURRENT global jihad.

          • MurphTacular

            First of all, there’s GOT to be a better quotesource than Janet Jackson. Eesh. Secondly, just because the ‘global jihad’ is the only religious war just means Islam’s late to the party. The Pope’s endorsement of the Crusades – while 1,000 years ago – had a long-lasting influence and didn’t exactly endear Christianity to Muslims. Mohammed described Jews and Christians as “people of the Book,” and as long as they paid their taxes in Muslim-controlled areas, he had NO PROBLEM with them nor did subsequent caliphs. So for you to obsess about the current situation without seeing in it the larger context of history isn’t optimal if you’re trying to see the BIG picture, which I would hope we’d all want to see. But if you prefer to see Islam as a bad religion with no worthwhile tenets, followers or meritorious attributes, feel free. But don’t expect me to endorse your view.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            So, a religious war 1000 years ago is TOTALLY equivalent to the global jihad, today?

            So for you to obsess about the current situation without seeing in it the larger context of history isn’t optimal if you’re trying to see the BIG picture, which I would hope we’d all want to see.

            I’ve spent the last 12 years living in Muslim countries, Chief – so, please *do* lecture *me* on “the big picture”.

            But if you prefer to see Islam as a bad religion with no worthwhile tenets, followers or meritorious attributes, feel free.

            MGM called, they want their Ray Bolger mannequin back.

          • MurphTacular

            Well, today’s war has better technology, but is much smaller scale and isn’t officially ‘sanctioned’ by a head of state, but yeah, they’re not completely DISsimilar.
            And it’s entirely possible that whether you live in Pakistan, Peoria or Paraguay that you could still not see the big picture, if you weren’t interested in seeing it. Geography doesn’t automatically give one a better insight into a problem, it can only be a help if you take advantage of it, one would think.
            And I don’t get your MGM/Ray Bolger reference at all. Please advise.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Geography doesn’t automatically give one a better insight into a problem, it can only be a help if you take advantage of it, one would think.

            So the people that have actually lived there or studied them *still* don’t know as much as you. Good to know.

            And I don’t get your MGM/Ray Bolger reference at all. Please advise.

            Keep mulling it over, I’m sure it’ll come to you eventually.

          • MurphTacular

            I didn’t say that I do or do not know more or less than someone who’s lived there. I simply said that it’s not AUTOMATIC that living there makes one better qualified to make observations about a group than someone else. Look at astronauts: It’s entirely possible to be a better astronomer than someone who has been in orbit or stepped on the moon. It’s also possible to be a worse astronomer than that person. But the fact they’ve been there doesn’t inherently make them superior.
            And I’ll pass on Ray Bolger/MGM for now … Enjoy the glow of your oblique reference. Peace!

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Look at astronauts: It’s entirely possible to be a better astronomer than someone who has been in orbit or stepped on the moon. It’s also possible to be a worse astronomer than that person. But the fact they’ve been there doesn’t inherently make them superior.

            Apples/oranges, astronomer/astronaut.

          • MurphTacular

            You can dispute the analogy if you want, but my point is this. Experience is only as good a teacher as you let it be. It hardly makes someone infallible. Look at the mistakes veteran reporters, veteran investigators or veteran point guards can make.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Experience is only as good a teacher as you let it be

            And evidently only YOU are qualified to determine how good someone else lets it be.

            It hardly makes someone infallible

            Oddly enough, neither the other gentleman nor myself made that claim – poor Ray, there’s going to be nothing left of him at this rate.

  • Marian Paul

    Maybe police should look at her nephew.

  • Red Fred

    That’s really nice, but HE IS A TERRORIST now, so we feel no sympathy. Our sympathy is reserved for those Americans injured and damaged by this little monster.

  • oneword

    Living life looking through Rose colored glasses

  • Rob Stevely

    Martin Richard was a beautiful boy, this guy is an animal.

  • Joe W.

    Great judge of character, eh?? “Beautiful boy…”….So was the little 8 year old boy that this “beautiful boy” shredded with his bomb…..

  • capisce

    No home-grown, right-wing, WHITE MALE , however beautiful, would have saddened any of the MSM ,waiting with race-baited breath, for that very scenario.

  • TEXANONLY

    So you still call him a beautiful boy. Wow! He is far from that

  • TEXANONLY

    Liberals are trash

  • radicallyalyssa

    A friend of his said he got red flags when he’d talk about terrorism.

    • E Quilibrate

      If by “he” you refer to the terrorist, “he said he had no American
      friends, he didn’t understand them.

      • radicallyalyssa

        No, if you read what I wrote again, I state that a friend of white hat said that he (friend of white hat) got red flags when he (white hat) would talk about terrorism.

  • Anotha Texan

    Liberals aren’t smart, they’re just good at making excuses for their stupidity which makes them sound smart.

    Maybe Robin could tell us how they became radicalized terrorists living in the US?

    Could it be that liberals naive love for everything multicultural has one very important fatal flaw? other cultures don’t share your belief in multiculturalism. Doh.

    • E Quilibrate

      Hmmmm…. Seems America is the “only” country harboring
      the belief that multiculturalism is a good thing.

  • Ipsophakto

    Say, isn’t MIT a gun free zone? How could those boys bring guns into a gun free zone?

  • Ipsophakto

    Do any of the liberal folks locked down in Boston wish someone else would use a CCW to dispatch brother #2?

  • nogeeksadmin

    Is Robin Young doing anything other than boosting her Twitter Rep here?

  • DeBaliviere

    Is #BeautifulBoy trending yet?

  • http://twitter.com/therightplanet Brent P. (TRP)

    ???

  • Randy W

    This can’t be real: Beautiful boy?

  • http://twitter.com/johnkstafford johnkstafford

    you can drop the beautiful boy thing. He’s a man, and a murderer…Justice soon.

  • Scarlett65

    I don’t get her point… What does his being a “beautiful boy” have to do with anything?
    “Beautiful” boys can’t be terrorists? Guess again.

  • neoface

    She said he is a “beautiful boy”, his father said Dzhokhar is a “true angel”, pass the rose glasses please!!!

  • Bolt Upright

    Liberals love one another and are always sad when one gets caught doing what they believe in.

  • Bolt Upright

    I wonder if Jokhar and his dead brother are Sunni like Obama’s two dads were?

  • Burp Shrapnel

    I’m sure you over at NPR are ready to spin this as, “He was just young an misguided.”

  • cavwa

    I want to puke when this liberal rag hack spews over murderer. “oh he is such a beautiful boy… so beautiful young man”. He is a murdering coward terrorist. You know who was a beautiful young boy, the 8 year boy he killed you effing hypocritical caunt.

  • Jean Gray

    Why do all the people here make sarcastic remarks to each other even though both sides seem to be thinking along the same lines?

  • descolada9

    I have to agree with her a little bit. This kid had an incredible future ahead of him, had many friends and seemed to be on his way to rising to the top. Yet, for some sick, twisted reason he threw it all away and has destroyed his life. I can’t help but wonder if he older brother dragged him down into this insanity.

  • rjstange

    “,,,beautiful boy”…. if by “beautiful” you mean murderous and by “boy” you mean jihadist…

  • Shruggd91

    Robin, he’s not a beautiful boy. He blew a beautiful boy to pieces. He is a demon.