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Andrew Spacey says
Chef---Well said. I would disagree on your 'two wolves', as this is where integrity would enter. Also the value of inalienable rights, exempt from the mob, so far.
Rod Martin Jr says
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John Connor says
connerj---Thank you for your thoughts on this. Political correctness is no less than a political mandate attempting to socially engineer a society. George Orwell describes it as, Newspeak.
Thank you, C.J. forgive me for reading 1984 during my formation to seriousness. Although I did indeed read Orwell my capacity for comprehension back in my "dark age" or Teen (e) mind period was less than limited. I must re-associate with "Newspeak"
connerj--It is a nightmarish book. A reading of the life of Orwell would be good.
Indeed, not only is your advice warranted it appears to be significantly well-founded to consider the inception of a hyphen between well and founded.
Beautiful, connerj. Orwellian Newspeak, indeed, CJ. We see this in the News with US war as "peacekeeping" action and the marginalization of "conspiracies" as something weird. Conspirators love the fact that mainstream isn't looking at them.
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Excellent. Your thinking as to where our current aberration of the Constitution will take us?