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I’m glad you brought this up, ST.
This, “bullying” epidemic, or crisis did not used to exist in America on the scale we see it now. It was held to a minimum by the overall sense of decency and fairness exhibited by the large majority of the other kids in school. Have you never heard the term, “why don’t you pick on someone your own size.? Other students who perhaps came from better parents or maybe a Christian home, would step in and put a stop to things like this. No more. Once it became, “Cool,” to make fun of someone else and no one spoke out against it, it became the norm of student behavior. Once we lost our moral direction and our religious base in this country, it no longer mattered that we treat each other fairly. And we don’t. Not as children. Not as adults. Liberalism has it’s roots in this very same idea, that it’s OK to attack people who don’t believe like you, all the while pretending to care about the most poor, the most downtrodden. But not seemingly, if they hold a Conservative view.
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