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Cathalina
Jan 31 2013, 09:34 PM
MI'll have to agree to disagree with some of you on here. I didn't see William as pushed and manipulated; he was an active co-conspirator in this whole mess. When Gabi was about to tell Eric the truth, neither Nick nor Gabi was there pushing him to text her to stop it.
Will had talked to Gabi earlier that day, and she had indeed pushed him to change his mind at that time, using the same manipulations that I referred to earlier. However, in that particular incident, Kate also inadvertently talked Will out of telling the truth when she made some references to the fact that, unlike Will, "Nick and Gabi's" child would never have to worry about being used as a pawn in a game of tug-of-war.

In any case, claiming that Gabi had nothing to do with the change of heart that led Will to send that text message is completely inaccurate. The text message even read, "You were right, and I was wrong. We have to do what's best for the baby." How could she be right about something that she had not had anything to do with?

As for Will, I've never claimed that he was an angel. However, out of the three relevant people in this discussion, he is clearly the most stable, loving, appropriate person to raise his child. He is the one who didn't murder someone or aid in the kidnapping of someone during his adulthood. He is the only one who has actually been shown to give a damn about the child's best interest. He is the only one who was willing to make the ultimate sacrifice -- giving up his child completely -- because doing what was best for the child was far more important to him than doing what was best for himself. Whether you agree or disagree with that decision is irrelevant to the fact that Will is far more fit to raise a child than Nick or Gabi.
Edited by Will&Sonny, Jan 31 2013, 10:07 PM.
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