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Date Posted: 18:00:19 07/10/08 Thu
Author: Cathy
Subject: The only thing I didn't like was when Blair told Cole that it was due to him that her 16 year old daughter was knocked up. I guess no one is ever EVER going to acknowledge that Starr had a part in this too. Why is everything Todd's fault and/or Cole's fault? Starr did take steps (or should I say didn't take steps) to get them all where they are today!
In reply to: Gina S. 's message, "Todd deserves to suffer and I also LOVED when Blair let Cole have it today!" on 17:57:04 07/10/08 Thu

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[> [> [> I see what you're saying. I too would like people to stop blaming Cole and even Todd for everything and start looking at Starr a little, but I don't think that's Blair's job at all. She was a fierce mother bear defending her cub and I actually find it endearing how unconditionally she loves Starr, sometimes making her blind to Starr's faults. If she's guilty of anything it's of being too loving a mother, which I don't think is possible. I could watch her yell at Cole 24/7 LOL! -- Gina S., 18:11:07 07/10/08 Thu

Todd needs to step off Blair's mothering skills. If it wasn't for her, he would have lost every single one of his kids. Blair has been the only constant they've had.

Sorry to go on and on, but when Todd starts in on Blair as a mother I see red. He has no room to talk, honestly.

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[> [> [> [> I just want someone to call Starr out and point out to her that she caused all this too. She participated in the mess that is NOW just as much as Todd and Cole did. But no one will ever say that to her, nor will she recognize it and admit it herself. I do think that Todd thinks Blair is a great mom. He rarely expresses it because he's such an ass, but I remember in Chicago Blair told him they had great kids and he said, "that's cause of you, it's not cause of me." That's why he wanted her there when he brought Sam home. He knows he needs Blair to raise decent kids -- Cathy, 18:35:26 07/10/08 Thu

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[> [> [> [> [> As long as Blair strokes his overinflated ego, she is a great mom, but the minute, Blair disagrees, she becomes a slut who is not fit to take care of a stuffed animals. Anyway, Todd is a rapist, murderer, kidnapper, arsonist, mad bomber to name a few so his opinion is worthless. As to Starr, she has already taken responsibility for her part in the pregnancy mess. Starr knows she messed up so does all around her. My only problem with Starr is that she has completely shut out Blair, and I do not understand why. -- sparklebarbie, 18:58:19 07/10/08 Thu

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[> [> [> [> [> ITA!! Todd knows he needs Blair as mother, wife, & companion. He tends to ignore that fact a bit when he is in revenge mode, but he does KNOW it!!! And, I am so sick of Starr "the victim"....Time for her comeuppance in this mess!! -- LH, 08:30:44 07/16/08 Wed

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