Skip to comments.Our immunity to hypocrisy and addiction to outrage
Posted on 04/30/2014 8:54:44 AM PDT by lifeofgrace
Maybe if someone taped Gore laughing a hysterically sinister laugh while stoking a dirty coal-fired oven belching black smoke while telling Colin Powell he can get another rack of ribs for the fire, it might be a high enough dose of hypocrisy for us to feel it.
As a nation, were quickly losing any sensitivity to hypocrisy. Thats dangerous. You might say its cynicism, but its not. Its a moral numbness thats overcoming our ability to express outrage where it is proper, and replacing it instead with an ever growing craving for more and more outrageous examples of personal wickedness.
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