Matters of Respect and Democracy

People tell me that I’m not being respectful when I argue. That I’m somehow obligated to be more sensitive in the crucifying of people with undefendable, hateful opinions. What’s more, they get all indignant when the levee breaks and the violence starts. They swear up and down that a fist to the face, or crouch is not respectful of their opinions. I don’t think that’s fair. When you think about it, isn’t my fist just another venue for my opinion? I mean it’s the same hand I vote with so it’s kinda like democracy.

About Tietsu

Someday the words that fill my brain will fill cheap paperback books. Until then, I will collect them here.
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1 Response to Matters of Respect and Democracy

  1. Lisa Wooten says:

    Lovely bloog you have here


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