Originally Posted by JohnM
(Perceptive readers will note that the thread title bears a slight resemblance to the title of a one act play by Rothbard. This is entirely intentional. For just as the title of Rothbard's play gives little clue as to the content, so it is with the title of this thread.)
For lo, this is yet another thread on the subject of the hour - namely "Rand".
For I have been reflecting on the two Pauls. And it seems that there is a widespread perception among posters
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Originally Posted by erowe1
Don't your own words make it an apt comparison?
German soldiers were in a war, fought to win, and saved German lives. Like Kyle, they were just following orders.
“The enemy? His sense of duty was no less than yours, I deem. You wonder what his name is, where he came from. And if he was really evil at heart. What lies or threats led him on this long march from home. If he would not rather have stayed there in peace. War will make corpses of us all.”
[QUOTE=Uncle Emanuel Watkins;4849151]First off, in order to address the topic of the press, as I always do, I first reduce to our Founders by way of utilizing a slightly altered political spectrum than the one that was once developed by Aristotle with this being his "golden mean." While he crafted a formulaic linear scale depicting left (liberal) and right (conservative) directions ushering in opposite directions away from a moderate viewpoint towards political extremes, to alter this
Originally Posted by Louise
What I find particularly hypocritical is when "men" call women sluts. Jesus nurtured and forgave the prostitute in Scripture and condemned the "men" who condemned her.
That depends on how they use the term. "Slut" has a definition and a woman whose behavior satisfies the specifications may be rightly called that. It does not have to be mean or even judgmental. If a man murders another, is it "hypocritical" to call him a murderer?
Updated 04-02-2013 at 11:50 AM by osan
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