Married women would generally make PC arguments consistent with familial cohesion and protecting actual victims.
Unmarried women will typically make PC arguments favoring hyper-individualism and self-centeredness.
I can negotiate with the first, but the second is irrational.
Last edited by Jerry; 03-13-09 at 03:51 PM.
The election you speak of is not a part of my point.
We're discussing the fundamental right to vote, which exists, not the fundamental right to vote for a specific office. That doesn't exist.
But one always has a fundamental right to vote in any regional election that is held.
Whether or not a regional election is actually held is what becomes a civil right.
Last edited by Jerry; 03-13-09 at 04:07 PM.
Government schools in their present form have only existed for about 150 years. It is still a relatively new concept.
I agree that one must pursue their own self actualization on the other hand when the authority that presides over the collective recognizes certain groups above others it has negative effects for the more meritorious group.
Example. In most of my schooling years the hierarchy recognized by the teachers, administration, and students was jocks=preps > average collective > intellectuals= artists.
The top end of the hierarchy received more privileges when they were not earned.
I was discovering that life just simply isn't fair and bask in the unsung glory of knowing that each obstacle overcome along the way only adds to the satisfaction in the end. Nothing great, after all, was ever accomplished by anyone sulking in his or her misery.
I was not speaking of regonal elections, and neither were you.
You only began adding qualifyers and moving the goal posts after you were challanged.
Nice try though.
Last edited by Jerry; 03-13-09 at 04:10 PM.