Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Crude, rude, offensive debate: Bad Donald

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Couldn't even watch the whole debate. The GOP nominee was rude, crude, and offensive. He kept interrupting, didn't answer questions, was hot headed, and, frankly, scary.

I mean, I'll release my tax returns when you release deleted emails is like saying I'll tell you if a I robbed a bank if you tell me when you last had sex. What does one have to do with the other?

Q.How do you bring the jobs back? A. Don't let them go.
But hey have left already ... still no answer. And on, and on, and on.

Hubris defeats many.

I've said this before, but I have never seen such rudeness in a debate for president of the US.  Shameful

Friday, September 9, 2016

The Vulgarization of America and most other places.

We used to live in a polite society.
Regardless of economic class, we said please and thank you.
Swearing was reserved to behind closed doors or bars.
We had at least some respect for our elders.
Debates were conducted with a degree of professionalism and politeness.
People cleaned up if they made a mess.
Doors were open.
There were few lewd displays ....

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It's not that things were perfect by any stretch of the imagination. But there was at least some structure, order to the way people lived, and a code of public conduct. There was a sense of what was acceptable and not acceptable.

Yeah, times change ... that's to be expected. But it doesn't mean that people need to be vulgar, crude, impolite, or downright rude. Certainly, we do not need that from public leaders here or abroad. And you wonder why our youth act the way they do?

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You can read more:  https://www.google.com/search?q=vulgarity+in+politics&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

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