The equalizing truth is, there is no difference between the Afghan
in Toulouse, France who shot Jewish children, the American Sergeant who
massacred Afghan children and the Floridian vigilante who, in "self-defense,"
gun downed a seventeen year old on a TV sports break for Skittles.
They were all self appointed avengers who cowardly attacked those who were defenseless against assassins. Yet these acts of terror are but the understandable extensions of the bullying of Corporations, Financial Institutions, the Military and Government.
New Rules are needed for how we demonstratively express our beliefs in right & wrong, Right & Left and Black, White, Red, Yellow & Brown. New Rules that reflect more the old Golden Rule of "Love thy Neighbor as thyself, and there but for the grace of God's gift of "Free Will," go I stomping on the head of a Rand Paul protestor.
We need new rules to expose the new reality of bullying, for like the Blunt Amendment, bullying is those with the gold dominating those without a voice.
Coaches, who pay players to "take out" opponents and those who do so, are bullies. Bullying is a brutal offense to humanity whether assault with intent to steal smart phone or profit protecting AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon, as accessories after the fact. Whenever the stronger intimidate the weaker, it's bullying, and dorm room prying cameras spies prove it can be deadly.
Whether the sanctimonious supposedly sacrosanct Richmond State Assembly of GOP (Gang of Probers) led by Vaginal Probe Bob McDonnell, "The Land of the Free" opposes government that opposes "The Spirit of 1776" by imposing their cultural, sexual or religious beliefs on any other American's political, sexual or personal choices.
Religious Bullying: the Inquisition, violent resistance to construction of lower Manhattan Muslim Community Center and suicide bombers.
Political Bullying: elected officials imposing limitations on voting rights and branding a woman's right to choose with a scarlet letter.
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