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The real monsters


Yesterday brought the horrific news that ISIS (ISIL/Daesh/murdering, inhuman scum) had burned alive the Jordanian pilot Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh. As awful as it was, and as frightening as the growing global thuggery is (see also Nigeria, Ukraine, etc.), we in America have decided we need to face the real monsters in our midst.

I’m talking, of course, about people who have differing views on mandatory vaccinations. Or proper attire for Christian women. Or the balance of civil liberties and law enforcement. Or the details of the tax code. Or, hell, pick any political/social/cultural issue you feel like. On either side of countless issues, you’ll find advocates in turns yelling or looking down their noses at the monsters, idiots, and general wastes of oxygen on the other side. If, God forbid, you suggest that these issues might be a little more complex than first blush and have questions for either side, then you’re just an anti-vaxxer who wants kids to die or a government tool who would support scientific experimentation on precious children. Or whatever. The vaccination kerfuffle is just the monster movie du jour, so I have examples at the ready.

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Are these issue important? Of course. They’re far too important to resort to characterizing the opposing views as monstrous. And you can find people with good information and helpful perspectives on a multitude of issues. Unfortunately, it seems like you have to dig through piles of poo flung by the screaming monkeys to get there. It puts a damper on the discourse.

Oh, and about the real monsters? Give ’em hell, King Abdullah.

One response to “The real monsters”

  1. Valerie Avatar

    “and I just don’t feel like dealing with that right now. It’s February.”

    That made me giggle. I think I’m going to start using that all the time. “I just don’t feel like dealing with that right now. It’s March/April/May and so on.. “

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