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Comment: Someone did Her Homework

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Someone did Her Homework

Yes, teacher! I will continue hitting the books!

Also, that you brought up morality was fantastic! Many people believe morality concerns intimacy, you know, bedroom affairs. No so. Not only. Morality is simple to understand: right versus wrong. Hence the Founders' calls and RP's call for a country whose people are moral. Right versus wrong.

As if talking about this issue, morality, where more than one person hears it isn't important enough, Ubuntu, you mentioned that it -- as almost all other issues -- is irrelevant to the left-right paradigm. Brilliant move. A striking contrast of ideologies freedom and statism/slavery, truth and falsehood. Only thing better would be explaining the irrelevancy, which could be difficult because of the amount of time to talk, requiring fewer (or no other) issues brought up.

Note to self:
1) more studying
2) more thinking, especially

Note to CSPANers (and whoever calls in where):
Before explaining morality in call-ins or interviews, measure your ability to do it to the time you're given to talk so you can say everything you want to and, which you gotta be sharp about, reply to. All things politics share an issue, well, a trait. That trait is morality, whether the issue is moral or immoral, whether it is right or wrong, whether government activity is at-the-expense-of activity (read: interference) or no activity unless in reaching justice, fairness, an activity after the fact.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.