Out-for-blood campaigns set to(s) -- for ‘just deserts’ served to blamable victims for offensive extravagance they have not savored or over-indulgence and bounty they have not reaped --will rabblerouse and roil harmfully throughout our lifeworld, I fear. [?]
The trespassing interlopers and foreign miscreants skulking about, trying to interpose themselves into our service, entrepreneurial, and developmental bailiwicks (or undocumented/dark denizens of urban workforces building and buying products) can’t be good, some say, but I disagree. A passage from a compromised and threatened subclass toward a qualified and integrated social sector must run the gauntlet of mocks, misrepresentations and deceptions that racial intolerance and political ignorance will launch along the way, if regrettable history repeats itself, I fear.
What “internet-new” obligations are required for same-sex marriages that any other marriage should not undertake? What danger do loving, committed couples, of any gender, pose for an already fractured society? Are there no credible male or female role models from whom children of any married couple might draw examples? What misrepresentations can convince us that any reverent, orthodox or theocratist standards should prevail in American jurisprudence (Constitutionally)? Legally recognized (not sanctified) civil “marriages” do not depend upon any particularly preferred private expression of affection (sexual behavior), I argue. And, civil rights cannot depend on regional sentiment, I know (I’m black).
Republicans have failed to discover the social boundaries which preclude narrow-minded political preferences, invasions of privacy and/or counterfactual economic dogma. They have refused to admit that certainty and legitimacy require logical evidence (rather than ecstatic revelation or stubborn authority), or it becomes fictitious – see: supply-side austerity causes of recession and retraction, or prohibition does not impede indispensable practices, or deprivation from lack of public services/standards does not spur economic growth. Refusing to invest in infrastructure is unconscionable, and we all know it. Therefore, what their party must decide is what “conservative” caution, business acumen and practicality is wise when pursuing effective, proficient government and equitable opportunity.
isn't an Exchange the control for higher health care premium costs?
Skipping from particle’s cloudy edge to points stringy place, across the bubbling quantum foam, from Planck to Planck, in timely lengths we frisk. Reflected in dimensions that slip past notice and image us else-what somehow. [?]