Author Topic: Changing the Oath of Citizenship  (Read 415 times)

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Offline cybercoma

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Re: Changing the Oath of Citizenship
« Reply #45 on: February 08, 2017, 07:20:58 pm »
Not sure why you keep bringing up that stuff about me. First, it's irrelevant to the topic. Second, I was a high school dropout, a janitor, a busboy, a security guard, and a data entry operator in a modern sweatshop long before I was a member of the 'entitled class'.

And perspective always helps give understanding. Sorry if it shatters your illusions but I'm not the hand wringing type that worries too much about what happened in the past. I think more about what's happening today and what's going to happen tomorrow.
Get this. Your perspective doesn't mean ****. That's the point. You don't get an opinion on how others have been affected by generations of abuse. Your perspective is to deny them their experiences because you're arrogant enough to think that your opinion on their lives is important. It's not.