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The immoral justice of our judgments

  1. Coolbreezing profile image68
    Coolbreezingposted 8 years ago

    To condemn someone who has committed infidelity is not always a good judgment. The reasoning behind the act of infidelity must be reexamine before the cheater can be proven guilty. As the old tradition say, once a cheater is always a cheater ...that may not always be the case. As you continue to read my thoughts, you'll noticed that the logic that support my arguments will prove this statement to be unreasonable at times.

        * I'm disgusted about the action the media takes against our leaders to penalized those who have committed adultery. The pain and suffering that our media placed their families into are sometime unnecessary. We're a society who's enthuses about news that dealt with celebrities being caught having an affair ... for some reason we get a kick out of that, it actually excite us to see celebrities marriage being brake into peaces. We're the reason why Princess Diana got chased by Paparazzi to the point of an accident that caused her death. Our eager to know about her private life led to this accident. It's obvious that Paparazzi wouldn't have found the need to take private pictures had the price for one been invaluable. The value we place into celebrities private lives has a direct relationships towards their marriage.

  2. Misha profile image75
    Mishaposted 8 years ago

    When there is a demand, there will be a supply...

  3. knolyourself profile image61
    knolyourselfposted 8 years ago

    "It's obvious that Paparazzi wouldn't have found the need to take private pictures had the price for one been invaluable." It was one
    Rupert Murdoch, owner of Fox News that was paying for those
    Paparazzi pictures.

    1. Misha profile image75
      Mishaposted 8 years ago in reply to this

      He wouldn't pay for them if he couldn't make money selling them to American public...

  4. Lifebydesign profile image72
    Lifebydesignposted 8 years ago

    Its often so much easier to look and judge others rather than turn the spotlight on ourselves.

  5. knolyourself profile image61
    knolyourselfposted 8 years ago

    "He wouldn't pay for them if he couldn't make money selling them to American public..."
    Well exactly, certain portions of the public, Autralia and Britain as well. Spose that same public, believe Fox News and voted for Bush.

  6. Coolbreezing profile image68
    Coolbreezingposted 8 years ago

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    1. Lifebydesign profile image72
      Lifebydesignposted 8 years ago in reply to this

      Is that what this was about??

  7. Coolbreezing profile image68
    Coolbreezingposted 8 years ago

    This is about sharing information and one can't share information by telling half of the story.

  8. irene.trel profile image59
    irene.trelposted 8 years ago

    Each of one of us have no right to judge or accuse someone who committed mistakes because we don't know how it works to ourselves either if we committed same mistakes. Everything has it's own reason and purpose. Nobody can't even turn near to perfection because everyone wants to get even. The more you condemned the person, the more it complicates and worser. You are no help to let him wake up for such mistakes.

  9. LegendaryN8 profile image60
    LegendaryN8posted 8 years ago

    This is an interesting topic -

    It seems that the media likes playing off the reactions of its viewers - thereby maintaining and sustaining its audience.  The people conducting the story may have no "real" interest in infidelity - they may just cover it because it is a controversial enough topic here in the USA and involves someone prominent enough to draw interest.

    It draws viewers and viewers lead to money.

 
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