Thursday, February 18, 2010
Over at America, Michael Sean Winters has this post about some billboards in Georgia that draw the connection between abortion, race, and racism, and the challenges they pose to "liberals" and "conservatives" alike. Among other things, he notes that:
. . . Any human construct, and politics is always a human construct, will have its weak link. The better part of wisdom always lies in recognizing what wisdom resides in the viewpoints you do not share, in recognizing how alternate points of view can refine and strengthen your own. . . .