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Re: “Pearlstein on Goldman Sachs — It's Pretty Ugly

The Washington Post for 4/23 says:
"The Securities and Exchange Commission accuses Goldman of misleading investors . . ."

The Wall Street Journal for 4/24 says:
". . .17 senior SEC employees, earning between $99,000 and $222,000 a year, were among those who viewed porn on their office computers or on laptops while traveling."

Kinda like the pot calling the kettle black, don't you think.
Morality, amorality . . . it's all the same. This is secular humanism at its best -- everything is relative.
I'm OUTRAGED at your conduct!!! -- (hope they don't find out what I'VE BEEN DOING!!!)

Posted by regenero on April 23, 2010 at 10:39 PM

Re: “Butts Off the Beach — California Sets a Good Example

If California bans smoking on the beach, I'm going to move there, take up smoking (never smoked on my life), invite a host of liberals to join me on the beach, and then chain-smoke a whole carton, disposing of the butts on the beach. Let's see which lib has the "huevos" to turn me in and then stand by until the "green gestapo" shows up to cart me off to San Quentin's Death Row! It will be the last conscious thing they remember!

Posted by regenero on April 23, 2010 at 10:14 PM

Re: “Fundamentalism began as a reaction to modernism

For the record, American Protestant "Fundamentalism" was an informal movement to turn American Protestant denominations back to their FUNDAMENTAL roots after these denominations had been adversely influenced by German rationalism in the period immediately following the Civil War. The Fundamentalist movement involved Baptists, Methodists, Presbyterians, Congregationalists, Episcopalians and virtually every American Protestant denomination. Study the subject and learn something about it before you write or comment! (I mean really study it, don't just drink the cool aid your college professor or your colleagues are offering you). Quoting Elijah Siegler of the College of Charleston (an avowed liberal) is like patting yourself on the back after you've said something anti-religious or anti-fundamentalist (this is honest journalism?). And the quantum leap of equating turn-of-the-century Fundamentalism with the emergence of the Christian Right of the 70's is laughable. Good job of connecting the dots . . . but they are on different pages. Do your homework! The last paragraph of your article says it all - you are prejudiced against a particular religious movement and what you have said borders on your own liberal definition of "hate speech" - Oh, I forgot, that does not apply to liberals who denigrate anyone with whom THEY disagree. The real scary part of this deal is that young men and women in our universities are being fed this same line of hatred (under penalty of bad or failing grade - for failure to regurgitate the same) and end up believing it!

Posted by regenero on April 23, 2010 at 9:56 PM
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