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After reading the title to Thelma Grime's article, I thought it would be timely and appropriate. Interestingly, I wonder after reading her piece, if she is missing the point of her own article. 1. Chris Christie told his aids to close the bridge.2. He quickly fired them in an attempt to deflect blame to himself.3. Thelma should have been aware of this fact by the time should wrote her article because the retired police officer news came after this disclosure.4. I think acting in a thoughtful way after time to investigate is my preference in a leader and one which would not be considered rash.5. I do agree that there is a need for anger management in our country but I also feel there is a need for being responsible for what you say and write, making sure it is true and not an attempt to incite the actual anger you proport to alleviate.
Not only has this society become more angry, but it has become very immoral, with acceptance of values once considered improper. Hollywood has led the way in this area. Academia signed on to secular humanism eons ago, the philosophy where right and wrong are neutral and, my gosh....who are we to judge? Such rubbish has been taught to young and old alike in the past 30 or so years, and our society now faces the consequences of violent entertainment, promiscuous values, and disrespectful vulgar language. We reap what we sow.
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