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You Can't Call a Pretty Girl Pretty; What Kind of Country Are We Becoming?

chipsmydog Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 8:41 PM
The situational ethics taught in the American Public school system declares there is no objective foundation for ethics and morals. (This is held as an objective truth by the atheistic secular humanist.) Moral decisions are based on feelings and the individual preferences of the secular mind, and therefore there is never a moral framework for telling some one else how they should behave. There is never a consensus for establishing right and wrong in the secular humanist view, since all individual feelings and mindsets are valid. Welcome to America, a nation filled with humanistic narcissists.
lviathan Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 9:05 PM
soooooo.... your eloquent description of moral decay is in defense of objectifying women. kettle/pot/black
NewJAl Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 8:49 PM
Nicely put in a few succinct words.
People will be victimized by leaders who say, boldly, I have found the way, as they feel more and more lost.

Before examining the ridiculous controversy stemming from Monday night’s college football championship broadcast, let us stipulate that there are more urgent and scary ways to describe the current changes in America.

We are becoming a culture of dependency. We are becoming a neo-socialist experiment. We are becoming a dumbed-down nation unappreciative of its founders. We are losing touch with the Constitution and the very concept of liberty.

I do not argue that today’s essay is our most pressing problem. But as scores of fine writers address the various angles of our republic’s dangle from a precarious thread, I thought I’d venture...