The daily STEW (Star-Telegram Editorial Writers): The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been a frustrating, error-filled experience. Do you believe this type of thing is just a hazard of global air travel, or do you blame airline or government officials for the debacle?
Just a thought here ... but until the jet is found and we learn the details, it would be highly illogical to assign blame to anyone or anything. Bob Mearns
At this point I don’t know who to blame. I just feel for the people who were on that flight and their families. If there was foul play (and it sure feels like it) the “blame” lies solely in the hands of the cowards who would do such a thing. Tyrees Allen
I would say whoa on the blame game — too early for that — until all the facts are in. Media hype in action? Linda
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It is a mighty big planet we live on and there’s a lot of places a plane could go. I’m sure someone will get blamed for something before this is over, but it is too soon for that. Timothy Fish
We have better maps of planet Jupiter than our ocean floors — maybe our technology is not as advanced as we think. Chon
When all is said and done, and we finally know what happened, I suspect there will be plenty of blame to go around. But it is not just airline and government officials. Media cannot have a free pass either, even if today’s Wall Street Journal story proves solid. Kenneth Bunting
It is time for prayers for the souls on board and those who love them. Too soon for blame. Time enough for that later when more is known. Katie Sherrod