Warped Sociology in America

The Roper Report

by Tom Purcell

As I contemplate the evolution of American society, the chorus to Jim Croce’s ‘Lover’s Cross’ echoes:

Cause tables are meant for turnin’

And people are bound to change

And bridges are meant for burnin’

When the people and memories they join aren’t the same

Maybe unintended but it fits on many levels, in many walks of life, for many reasons.  Wisdom dictates that change is not only inevitable, but necessary.  Most Americans expect change and will embrace it with vigor when it’s agreeable.  Forced change, however, only leads to revolt.

Forced integration = an increase in race based divisiveness and race related crime.  Affirmative Action = an increase in racial divisiveness, a reduced expectation of production and development because the best minorities take precedence ahead of the very best.  Entitlement to one group of people will anger other peoples, and entitlement becomes pandemic.  E.G.; Holocaust reparations.  If you’re Jewish and can make any lofty…

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

71 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.