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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

When did punishment become more important than positive outlook?

And other questions you don’t want to answer…

Why is anyone surprised that the me, me, me, me, me, me generation produced a generation of people whom only care about their own feelings?

When did psychobabble personal feelings take over intellectual discussion in politics?

When did teaching a child how to “feel” become more important than teaching them how to read?

When did referring to a criminal as a criminal become a crime?

Why are some people surprised and horrified that WAR is hell?

Why are some people surprised that people at opposite ends of the political spectrum DISAGREE on things?

Why is taking a position in the middle of the political spectrum considered not taking a position?

When did political attack ads become more important than stressing ones qualifications?

When did a problem that strikes 1 in 100, 000 require a law that punishes everyone?

When did jail populations become a growth industry?

When did the WAR on DRUGS become more important than American Citizens with drug problems?

Why did gambling become cool only after it was legalized on Indian owned land?

Why are we more worried about 12 year old girls having access to abortions than 12 year old girls getting pregnant?

When did child molesters get more legal protection than children?

When did the legal system become more important than the people it serves?

Is Hollywood really surprised that reality shows have more viewers than “enlightened” elitism shows?

More to follow, have a good one…

Posted by Marc at 07:38 PM  ·  Marc