Did Ed Snowden do the right thing?
torriem at gmail.com
Mon Jun 10 20:36:53 MDT 2013
On 06/10/2013 07:21 PM, Daniel Fussell wrote:
> It is only natural that we would turn to the founding fathers for
> guidance; it's history. Same with the Bible, it's history, regardless
> of your belief in a vengeful or caring God. Frankly, I think religion
> is a fabulous basis for moral guidance if for no other reason than it
> relies heavily on history, belief, and upbringing. And I don't care if
> you are Hindu, Buddhist, Islamic, Jewish, or Christian; heck, be an
> enthusiastic Daoist if you like. But then, I've read enough of each to
> realize that each in turn are all basically telling a similar story and
> the same moral guidelines. I wish more people would genuinely study
> their preferred religion; it would lend strength to the freedom of
> self-responsibility and self-governance.
Well said, Daniel. I believe it was my own comment that triggered a lot
of argumentation on this thread... for that I apologize.
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