by Rev. Cary K. Gordon
Step 2: Listen To Yourself!
If I wanted to decide whether or not a particular product was worth buying, I would simply evaluate the product’s customer reviews, and determine whether or not it was worthy of my purchase. Intelligent people don’t want to repeat recorded mistakes. For example, if I discovered that a particular brand of hairspray was rumored to have a history of making people’s hair melt and fall-out, I would not run down to the store and try-it-out to see if the rumors were true. But that is exactly how most Americans treat politics, when they use situational ethics as the basis of their political decisions. With that said, I give you... Step 2: Listen To Yourself!