Friday, September 30, 2016

ETHICS AND MORALITY. JUST ANOTHER EXCUSE. PT 1.



TV Reporter

As another Election Cycle approaches, we are again 
being Subjected to Daily Analysis about what the Average 
Voter is Thinking and Looking for in a Candidate.

In Reality, They seem to be Nothing More than Sound Bites,
with the Media Trying to Create Controversy by finding 
Perspective Voters who are;

-  Looking for Reasons to Justify Their Lack of Knowledge.

-  Desperately trying to Blame any Problems They Have, Socially
or Economically, on other groups.

-  To Complain about how Recent Political Activity That May Have
Benefited others, is Unfair or Unjust because it didn't produce 
Immediate Positive Affects on Their Lives, or Disrupted a World View 
that Confronted Personal Prejudices, Irrational Judgments, or Past
Injustices.

-  So Self- Centered that even Trying to Explain to Them the Long Term
Goals of New Policies falls on Deaf Ears.

It almost seems like that Those Interviewed consider any Action or Stand 
Taken by an Elected Official IMMORAL, IF THEY DO NOT PERCEIVE AN 
IMMEDIATE POSITIVE IMPACT IN THEIR OWN LIVES, EVEN IF THERE 
IS NO REASONABLE DETRIMENT TO THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE.

What is even Worse, is the Memory Lapse that occurs when it is pointed 
out that other Policy Changes have Benefited Those who are now Criticizing
a Specific Issue.

So, HOW MUCH EMPHASIS SHOULD WE PLACE ON OVER THE AIR 
OPINIONS GIVEN BY THE "VOTING PUBLIC," WHICH ARE OFFERED 
BY DIFFERENT MEDIA OUTLETS?

SEE PART 2.

Date-  7/31/2015.