Friday, 28 September 2007

Wind Notes

Compared to that world-renowned ethicist I just heard--a woman whose opinions, which is all they are, have acquired and are delivered with authority (McGill, Ethics, Law, Medicine) untempered by humility, and whose agenda seems driven by motives far less noble than Ethics (which, in any case, must prove, not assume, any nobility)--the wind is a plain but honest speaking.

She's anti-choice (re abortion), this ethicist is, and anti-marriage (of the same-sex variety). She's dressed up these position in Ethics garb. Call it Ethics garbage, and let's get back to the wind.

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