- Mutual Ethicalness -
Last week we looked at a scenario where compromise would require that you either obtain funds or spend those funds through illegal activity. In that article I used the words, "compromise guided by integrity". My description of Progressives says that they are individuals who want you to believe that they can make better choices for you than you can for yourself. They also require you to put your faith in the outcomes of their policies based on their future projections while expecting you to not use past history or their personal credentials as a basis for authenticating their promises.
A technique the Progressive will use is that of compromise. It is possible for a person of integrity to get caught in the Progressive trap of compromising with the other guys solely for the sake of compromise? When Progressives offer several plans and each of them is wrong, do not get caught up in believing that you are being unreasonable because you won't accept any of the programs they have offered. Remember to compromise only with integrity.
When you attempt to obtain, through compromise, positive results that will move a situation forward remember the words, "mutual ethicalness." If the parties to a situation find ideas that are mutually ethical, there is a basis for compromising with integrity. Honor our leaders who use integrity as a basis for their decisions and hold accountable those who don't. You personally may not have authority to vote at our legislative meetings but you do have a voice that can speak loudly to those who do.
Personally taking action to do what you can when issues arise because, in so doing, you might help your neighbor but for certain you will help yourself. Because of people like you, even through the difficult times we are facing, our country continues to be the envy of most of the people in our world who seek opportunity.
"To the Progressive, the truth about the past is irrelevant; only the current use of history for their future desires matters. Keep in mind that to a Progressive, the definition of history does not include actually knowing or understanding the realities of the past."
[Nick Streza. PROGRESS IN AMERICA, Redefining The American Dream, (Tate Publishing 2011), pages 35-36]
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