Look at it this way

from June 17, 2010

There is a man who needs some help.  He should get help from a second man but the second man is being assaulted by a third man.  The first man does not get help from the second man.

Can the third man claim he understands the plight of the first man?  Is it fair for the third man to claim the second man does not care about the first man?  Can you believe the third man when he mocks the first two men?

If a fourth man does nothing but watch and then die, should the third man profit from the fourth man’s death?  What if everyone else spends their time talking about the third man, denies the fourth man existed, and tell the first man “everything is going to be alright.”

Which man do you want to spend your time with?

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