Sunday, January 20, 2008

Diversity is Our Strength




Monday is the birthday of two great Americans- Gen. Robert E. Lee and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr..

5 Comments:

Anonymous Joe said...

Please don't compare Robert E. Lee to that serial whoremonger, adulterer, liar, and socialist.

6:57 AM, January 22, 2008  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Hold on now, the most famous King quote ever is one I wish still drove the left "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, BUT BY THE CONTENT OF THEIR CHARACTER!"

Amen I say. Today's left is obsessed on race, on dividing us by skin color and allocating victim-benefits by skin color yet at the same time totally against the idea of good character, because that implies that some choices are better than others!

I say the best way to get over racial divisions is to get over racial divisions. I taught at a black majority school for nine years and was asked more than once what my secret was for getting on so well with "those people". You know what the secret is? NOTHING. That is the secret. Just treat everybody the same.

7:59 AM, January 22, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I say the best way to get over racial divisions is to get over racial divisions."


Then why say "diversity is our strength." To point out where we differ is to focus on our differences.

Besides "diversity is our strength" is a liberal mantra that basically implies that we should celebrate our differences and as part of our celebration we should not be judgmental by pointing out flaws/errors in others. In fact we should celebrate flaws/errors in others because it is that diversity that strengthens us right? This is especially true with homosexuality (which also is included under the mantra/umbrella of "diversity is our strength").

10:22 AM, January 22, 2008  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

That title was for the benefit of liberals who might object to my honoring of one of the finest Southern gentlemen to ever draw a breath! I thought I would give them a bit of their own medicine you see.

11:39 AM, January 22, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I see.

I thought you had a temporary loss of sanity.

10:31 AM, January 23, 2008  

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