Who’s Right? Only Personal Bias Can Know For Sure

July 24, 2009 at 7:55 pm Leave a comment


I’m sure many of you are aware of the incident that’s been in the news recently about Harvard Professor Henry Gates being arrested. Now, finding real facts on this issue can be difficult, and the reputation of both Professor Gates and Sgt. James Crowley (The arresting officer) are holding up. Personally, I suggest everyone just come to a quick decision without the facts, based on their own biases. If President Obama has taught me anything, it’s that having opinions on issues is the best way to resolve them. The evidence is secondary, first we need a debate. And to have a debate we need passionate people who firmly believe they’re right and condemn the opposing view with moral righteousness and certainty. I’d say more, but President Obama says it so well himself, that I’ll just let him handle it.


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