Saturday, June 19, 2004

The Company You Keep

Not so long ago (I am only 27), my parents told me that people judge you by the company you keep. Someone should point this out to people getting ready to vote.

What I cannot understand is how droves of PhD’d professors (who are supposed to be the smartest people on earth) share their political candidates with Hollywood celebrities and the children they teach. How do you explain what you’ve done with your life if, after all this time, your ability to make decisions and judge character is identical to that of children, drop-outs, drug addicts and sexual miscreants? So instead of spending all that time reading, I should have joined a band and got high my entire life…

To use words I learned in college: American liberalism is an egalitarian construct that’s sole purpose is to offer an alternative to wisdom. The very second you step on campus the educrats demand you “unlearn” everything your parents, family and faith taught you. Four years later you leave with more questions than answers; and unless your parents taught you something that survived all that “learning” your life is doomed to confusion.

Do I need to reinvent the wheel to know how to drive a car? How many more millions need to die before people understand communism is evil and will never work? Does someone need to know the process of combustion to know that he/she should run from fire? We've watched Madonna—I mean Esther—"learning" her entire life in front of our eyes and, to date, she is still an idiot.

I say things work because they work. Democracy works, capitalism works, morals work, God works. I guess if education was actually about not having to relearn the past, but accepting its outcome as a lesson, then a lot of professors would be out of work. So when you go to vote for a Democrat, please wonder why your voting for someone who’s supported by people who will live their lives without ever knowing one fact or one true thing.

They are still debating the definition of the word is.
"For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear" (2 Timothy 4:3).

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