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The Media, The Mindless and The Sanctimonious

While NBC, CBS and nearly every other Media Outlet castigates Rick Santorum for his religious views it is becoming increasingly apparent that the newsworthy item of interest is not so much that he has a religious mantle but more so that the Media doesn’t approve of him expressing a stand different from that of the Secular-Statist and their agenda. 

Come now, every Human Being is a composition of theology in one form or another; either deity-based or non-deity-based but a theology none-the-less. To believe that we approach the table of life void of any deference to an ethereal value is pure lunacy and decidedly mindless; even if one holds to this position it is itself an expression of ethereal deference if only for the reason that to do so requires one to acknowledge that there is an opposing view. 

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Faith Inseparable

The explosive media coverage of the events in Arizona has served to illustrate two significant observations: (1.) The means by which a truly tragic event can be redirected, and (2.) the means by which the application of excess becomes an event unto itself and in so doing, enables the former.  As yet, I have not yet resolved on the issue as to whether it is more the event itself this Nation should mourn or the manner in which a nation’s media and political process expresses the solemnity of the mourning process. 

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