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Front Page » Table of Contents » Archive: Ethics & Corruption: September 2008

By Gerald Britt on September 22, 2008

"The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness."

John Kenneth Galbraith
1908-2006
Economist, Author, Ambassador, Presidential Adviser

By Ken Poland on September 17, 2008

I found this little tid bit on the internet.

We have in fact, two kinds of morality, side by side: one which we preach, but do not practice, and another which we practice, but seldom preach. -Bertrand Russell, philosopher, mathematician, author, Nobel laureate (1872-1970)
It seems to me this fits most Republican conservatives and religious rights. Sad to say too many Democrats can wear the same suit. Matter of fact, maybe we all have a little problem with double standards. One for me and one for you?

By Randy Leer on September 11, 2008

With blood on my own hands I am charging We the People of high crimes against humanity.

On a November day in 2000 we had a major choice to make. We could choose between a guy that was kind of nerdy and talked over our heads, a third party candidate that had little or no chance of winning, not to vote at all, or to vote for a guy that we thought we would like to have a beer with.

Many Americans did not even show up to the polls, they have blood on their hands as well. An electoral majority and the Supreme Court chose the last of the choices.

On September 11, 2001 we faced terror unfamiliar to everyone but the eldest of our citizens who could remember the last attack on U.S. soil which led to WWII.

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