The View From 1776
American Ideals and Same-Sex Marriage
Words remain the same, but lose their meaning when twisted to fit ideological aims. One such word is equality.
- Equality means, "Having the same value." Each person is worth 'one.' No one is worth two or five persons. Or three and a half.
Many hold that no two people are the same. That is true, with one exception: They each have the same value - One.
Mr. Jefferson never indicated sameness to be a factor. Many folks say no one can be equal because no two are alike. Socialism does not recognize individual value - only participation in a collective, a group, the "mass." Numbers are power. And, equality is found in a level of economic materialism: poverty.
The lengths fools will go to in order to work out a system without God and his criteria. Amazing! Self-justification has a terrible and eternal high price. Selah
semper fidelisPosted by Choicemaker on 10/28 at 12:23 AM
- Ah, Choicemaker making sense again.
- Since your criticisms are without value, I hold your compliments to occupy the same empty space. Sad and meaningless.
semper fidelisPosted by Choicemaker on 10/28 at 11:58 PM