He betrayed our trust, but we should be ashamed of ourselves

Hey, hey, hey, that's so not OK!

Authors note:  I can tell from my stats, that people are not clicking on the link at the end of this post.  In order to get the true message of this post, you have to click on the link that says "look at the perpetrator"

There are few things more disappointing and heartbreaking than to learn that some nationally known figure has betrayed our trust.

We took for granted that we should respect him, that we could trust him, that we should believe him.

Then, it becomes apparent that for decades, he has used the power of his position to coerce naive and vulnerable young women into have sex with him.

Many of us share the guilt, because we were accomplices by blindly taking the perpetrator at his word and automatically questioning the credibility of the victim.

We should, as society, be ashamed of ourselves, and never look at the perpetrator the same way again. (make sure to click on the link) 

11 comments:

  1. How do I share this on Facebook?

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    1. I'm an old dude that doesn't use Facebook, but I assume that you just just click on the little Facebook icon that is just above your comment.

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    2. I'm an old dude too...Thanks for the info.

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  2. What happened to "innocent until proven guilty". What we have are allegations and claims.
    Need to see some evidence....some actual tangible proof. And a LOT of women develop
    "buyers remorse", they were perfectly eager and willing at the moment but the next day in the
    cold hard sunlight all of a sudden they regret their choices and all of a sudden RRAAAAAPPPPEEEEE!!

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    1. Did you click on the link that said, "look at the perpetrator"?

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  3. Yes.....The issue includes the double standard in which slick Willie gets a pass for HIS conduct. But Mr. Cosby is certainly not getting the same "benefit of the doubt" that Clinton
    got. Maybe it's because he has been less than cooperative with the "blacks as victims" meme.

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  4. Hey Neil,

    The "bimbo" eruption strikes again.....Slick willie gets a pass but Cosby gets hemmed up....I am sure Cosby continually railing against the black community to clean themselves up whereas Willie gives them a pass. I am sure politics has a lot to do about it.

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  5. Saw this comment from C.J., so I'm posting it here.


    Cosby should run for President as a Democrat and all this would go away. C.J.

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  6. Hey Neil, I saw your comment. I went with the General Altimax Artics. No snow until tomorrow nite. Ill let you know then how they do :)

    Irish

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    1. I checked them out on the web and read the reviews. The only complaints I saw were some people said they were noisy and had a shorter tread life than they hoped for. Bear in mind however, when it comes to snow tires and maximum traction in the snow, those two things are actually positives. Traction and tire noise have always been at odds with each other. In order to reduce noise, you must sacrifice traction. Softer rubber compounds make for a better cold weather tire, but also of course, wear faster. I'd say you made a good choice.

      I would love to see a head to head comparison on traction in snow of these vs. the all terrain tires so many people use.

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