Apparently, saying that someone is wrong is tantamount to hating that someone. That brings an interesting question to mind. What am I saying when I say...
I was wrong.
posted on 09/17/2003 7:10:01 AM PDT
(Hey, how did I get in this handcart? And why is it so hot?)
Apparently, saying that someone is wrong is tantamount to hating that someone.
Which raises the other question. What's so bad about hating someone? God hated people. If he can do it why can't we?
posted on 09/17/2003 9:12:56 AM PDT
by John O
(God Save America (Please))
"Apparently, saying that someone is wrong is tantamount to hating that someone."
There is no "wrong" anymore, just as there is no "truth". Everything is relative, all behavior and actions are "normal' for that "individual". There are no "absolutes" - saying there is an "absolute truth" is hate speech.
And if you do not like this philosophy - you had better pull your children out of public schools - today.
posted on 09/17/2003 4:40:12 PM PDT
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