to anywhere other than a grocery store or restaurant, or desperate need for something.
No, I do not consider "I WANT IT FOR THAT PRICE!" to be desperate enough.
I think the mornings' discussion will center on this brainless PC-at-any-cost fool. Who has somehow stayed ambulatory and breathing long enough to get into a college.
Senior Oliver Friedfeld and his roommate were held at gunpoint and
mugged recently. However, the GU student isn’t upset. In fact he says he
“can hardly blame [his muggers].”
“Not once did I consider our
attackers to be ‘bad people.’ I trust that they weren’t trying to hurt
me. In fact, if they knew me, I bet they’d think I was okay,”
“Who am I to stand from my perch of privilege, surrounded by
million-dollar homes and paying for a $60,000 education, to condemn
these young men as ‘thugs?’” asks Friedfeld. “It’s precisely this kind
of ‘otherization’ that fuels the problem.”
Got that? Recognizing that armed robbers are, well, ARMED ROBBERS is 'otherization'. Noting that thugs who use weapons and fear to steal are thugs, well, that makes YOU the bad guy.
Jesus wept. These people really are fucking insane.
Speaking of insanity,
When it comes to Department of Defense doctrine on military treatment of detained persons, “unlawful enemy combatants” are a thing of the past. That term has been retired and replaced by “unprivileged enemy belligerents” in a new revision of Joint Publication 3-13 on Detainee Operations, dated November 13, 2014.
Because word games are more important than, say, ROE more concerned with winning than with making the enemy happy.