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Our Deviant Society

suzyqzy Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 4:08 PM
The use of "gentleman" as you described has bothered me for years. I even hear policemen use it as," the gentleman was arrested when he was caught beating his wife." This is no gentleman! I remember when politicians who were caught in some immoral or shameful act would act remoreseful and slink away where they should be! Now they hold their heads up and carry on while our adolescent culture is diverted by a new celebrity event! We are a nation of children who holds no one accountable. Too bad for the victims.
Paul3686 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 5:29 PM
This USA ain't what it used to be, suzy. I had to show a photo ID to prove I was legally eligible to vote yesterday but Barry Soetoro aka Barack Obama didn't even have to prove he was a citizen.

Big question: Why did congress allow this to happen? Are the in the Party with Barry?

Should we just say goodbye USA, hello USSA?
Here's one usage of the term gentleman: The gentleman helped the fallen lady to her feet. Here's another, one we might hear from a newscaster or a police spokesman: Tonight we report on the arrest of two gentlemen who raped, sodomized and murdered an 80-year-old woman.

During earlier times, to be called a gentleman meant one was honest, brave, courteous and loyal. Today "gentleman" is used interchangeably in reference to decent people and the scum of the earth.

Much of today's language usage demonstrates a desire to be nonjudgmental. People used to shack up; now they cohabit or are living partners. Few young...