There are many people I respect on here, so it seems very odd to me when they go so off base with critiques on their own writings.
Study Rome and tell me moral decay is a boogieman there are lots of examples of where we are and where we are heading if you care to crack a book.
Work a little slow at the hall I expect gives you plenty of time to post.
I won't take away the satisfaction you get from guessing.
Anyway, moral decay is just a boogieman that conservatives drum up once in awhile.
It's a condition that they complain about but offer nothing to fix. They just throw the "problem" at the feet of those they do not like.
Back in the day when they took organized prayer out of schools, people raved about moral decay for decades after that. But they didn't know what they were talking about.
And no not obsessing any more than you we both said it exactly TWICE
I also think you are 35 or so and most likely in a Union, is that fairly accurate?>
And yet you feel the need to say it again. Obsessive much?
I believe I said it first, keep up
I think I said it was ok. Pay attention.
Cries about moral decay usually come about from the conservatives when they are frustrated with things they cannot keep the same and the unwillingness to change.
"lies through his teeth to get his signature legislation through congress."
Sounds like congress failed in their duties.
and that's OK
It may surprise you but you were not the only person I was responding to.
The rest of your post did not address a thing I said but that's ok
Kendall, I put you in your mid 30s somewhere between the wide eyed ignorance of youth and the seasoned wisdom of experience. Not and insult, just my observation.
The things going on today were going on all through human history in one form or another, AS I STATED. The rest of your post did not address a thing I said but that's ok
Moral progression isn't a bad thing at all because it's natural. Most of us want a balance in our lives and that need is also reflected in our culture and morals. Sometimes the culture takes a conservative swing and then counters with a more liberal one. The catch to it all is how we adapt to those shifts. I think that the advancement of communication has helped a great deal in handling these shifts. So while we do have what we might deem as extremes in morality, the majority of the people won't find themselves at either extreme but more in the middle.
Honestly, you haven't said nothing that couldn't have happened 50 years ago really. People steal...out nation has been there and done that. People cheat...same thing. The only major difference is that we hear about it more and the offenses are out there for all people to see and judge for themselves. Morality isn't in a static bubble. It does change and sometimes the law reflects that and other times the law hinders it.
Dear leader Chairman Obama, lies through his teeth to get his signature legislation through congress. Now we find out that not only will we lose our doctors and our plans, its going to cost a buttload more deductibles high as heck.
Travon Martin/ George Zimmerman. Lots of folks didn't seem to give to rats behinds about the facts of that case, rather their political agenda drove their passions about who was guilty. MORAL DECAY
you mention the black Friday phenomenon. People care so little about others that they trample fight and curse each other over a TV set. off topic thought, why is a television called a set?
I forget what city it was in, but there was a snafu in the EBT computer which allowed unlimited purchases for a period of time, What happened? People bought cartloads and cartloads of food and apparently never thought twice about it. THAT IS MORAL DECAY
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