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We are an amoral society

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Submitted by Bev Rosoff (United States), Oct 22, 2011 at 14:52

Mr. Rosenblatt expects us to have a sense of outrage at a common criminal act of kidnapping and ransome. Poor Mr. Rosenblatt doesn't realize that we have become a world where "the unfathomable becomes the norm". There is no sense of outrage because we have no leaders and no heros to guive us guidence. Just like the Fall of Rome, this is the beginning of the Fall of America and indeed the fall of the civilized world.

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