Who Am I?
I donít believe in the concept of evil,
But I think the Bush administration is evil.
I care more about getting my social security and Medicare
Than I care about genocidal dictators.
I weep for whales and dying animals,
But I am unconvinced of the goodness and global necessity of freedom;
even after mass graves are discovered.
I want world peace,
But Iím not willing to export freedom.
Despite the success of the war against terrorism in Afghanistan and Iraq;
Despite the success of the tax cuts and the rebounding economy,
I will continue to undermine the Bush Administration.
I still believe in moral relativism,
Even after 9/11.
I care more about what the rest of the world thinks of America
Than I do about the United States' national security.
I will say nothing, do nothing, and be nothing
In the name of tolerance
And in order to avoid serious confrontation.
I support troops
Who are following orders I do not agree with.
I think all fighting is wrong,
Even when its fighting to stop bad guys.
I care more about the mental and emotional scarring of a few Iraqi rebels
Than I do about the rape of Jessica Walker Lynch
Or the murder, burning, and sexual mutilation of four American civilians by Iraqis.
I care more about the mistreatment of a few Iraqi rebels
Than the worse atrocities John Kerry has admitted to committing.
I value all life,
Even the lives of villains.
I don't think all Islam is bad because what a few bad Muslims did on 9/11,
But I do think all of the U.S. Military is bad because of a few misbehaving reservists.
I love all humanity,
But I hate people in general.
I value and respect life,
But I smoke.
I believe in democracy,
But I'm afraid of voters.
I want more jobs,
But I hate capitalism.
I'm for multinationalism,
But I'm against outsourcing American jobs.
I celebrate Cinco de Mayo,
But I hate Columbus Day.
I think everybody should be educated about Islam,
But whenever somebody mentions Christianity I gag.
I want to save whales and protect the environment,
But I support a womanís right to kill her babies.
I think having a high I.Q. and an appreciation of art
Makes me morally wise.
I question authority,
And I canít keep a job.
I question reality,
And I struggle with depression and suicide.
I am an adult,
But I have the world view of a 14 year old girl.
I am bulging with morality
In all the wrong places.
I am the liberal mind.
Listen to Dennis Prager
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