18 May 2008

Dilbert sticks a perfect ten on "tolerance" in America

I don't find there to be a better literary device than irony/satire to depict negative effects of "tolerance." When all is said and done, the concept of "tolerance" is something akin to lifting up a rock and looking at what crawls out from underneath.

I'm afraid, unfortunately, that someday, we're going to have "tolerated" ourselves to death, because tolerance waters down what is right and wrong by putting all value concepts on an equal playing field.

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