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July 08, 2015
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Political, Theological and Philosophical Pigeonholes.

No one exactly fits any Pigeonhole; you're not supposed to Pigeonhole anyone; but what about their own words, actions and behavior?

Vic Biorseth, Monday, July 06, 2015

Do we all not pigeonhole ourselves?

But we're not supposed to pigeonhole others. We're not supposed to be judgmental or discriminatory. In fact, the only real sin these days may be to discriminate between types of sins and types of sinners. What we're talking about here is the result of Cardinal Bernardin's disgusting "Seamless Garment" approach to Mortal Sin, in which aborting someone is equivalent to missing Mass on a Sunday without good reason, because both will send you to hell. All sin is the same; no sin is worse than any other; you may be just as great a sinner as any mass murderer, so who are you to judge?

As it is now in the world of religion, the descent into behavioral commonality is going on in the secular world of politics. No judging; no discriminating; even to the point of violating or or overriding or ignoring standing behavioral law. Moral Relativism has taken over. Principle is very nearly dead. Political Parties now wield more political and legal power than do any of the three Constitutional branches of the American government, and yet they have no Constitutional reason to even exist. You can read about their evolutionary history in Political Battle Lines.

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