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[quote]LIFTICVSMAXIMVS wrote:

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There are not words . . . .


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How is this different from all of the kids I’ve seen holding up signs at tea parties, saying what their parents told them to say?

Kids are going to espouse whatever their parents do, until they hit their teen years and hate their parents


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[quote]borrek wrote:
How is this different from all of the kids I’ve seen holding up signs at tea parties, saying what their parents told them to say?

Kids are going to espouse whatever their parents do, until they hit their teen years and hate their parents[/quote]

really? how many times in history has hero worship every turned out good for mankind? That is something entirely different than expressing exasperation with a government. While I do agree with you that kids will do whatever their parents tell them to do - this kind of thing simply illustrates a cultish mindset that should frighten everyone old enough to remember people like Jim Jones, etc. Nothing good ever comes from elevating mere men to the heights of rapturous adoration . . . .


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[quote]borrek wrote:
How is this different from all of the kids I’ve seen holding up signs at tea parties…?[/quote]

Except for the obvious worship tint…


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[quote]IrishSteel wrote:
borrek wrote:
How is this different from all of the kids I’ve seen holding up signs at tea parties, saying what their parents told them to say?

Kids are going to espouse whatever their parents do, until they hit their teen years and hate their parents

really? how many times in history has hero worship every turned out good for mankind? /quote]

Not many.