When we fabricate items, we make something out of materials to make a new and sometimes improved item.
We use threads to make fabric to make clothing to keep us warm. Fabricating for good.
We use letters to create words to create sentences to convey our thoughts and feelings in what we say and write. Fabricating for good.
When a person or group deceives others or lies (whether for personal gain or not), are they trying to fabricate an outcome? Is this slander?
When the media asks questions that are not direct questions and their intent is to criticize the interviewee regardless of the response, then are they trying to fabricate an outcome? Is this bias journalism?
When there is an open position to fill on the Supreme Court and the conservative Congress refuses to perform their job before a candidate is nominated, then are they trying to fabricate an outcome? Is this partisan politics?
Are you fabricating items for the good of others?
Are you fabricating bad and calling it good. For Personal Gain? For Religious Bias? For Political Party Bias? For Media Popularity?
A former conservative turned independent. I tend to lean with Progressives. My more recent articles are written to give readers an insight, but not to take a particular position necessarily. The goal is to get readers to use critical thinking (more...)