Moral Relativism and the Raping of Grandma

Boys will be boys. Take Samuel Dye for example. Young Sam is a 20-year-old man with a healthy albeit deprived libido.

It’s likely he’s gotten free condoms from the government, has been instructed about the ins and outs of human sexuality in public school, and takes in a porno flick now and then on a free cell phone possibly supplied by taxpayers. But poor Sammy; despite all his stimulating preparation, can’t seem to find a willing partner.

That’s why, in the liberal world of moral relativism, where what’s right for me is right, even if it’s wrong, Sam must have decided it was alright to satisfy his urge in a nontraditional way.

With hammer in hand, Mr. Dye allegedly made his way “over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house” in Chester, South Carolina.

Read my full article at American Thinker

 

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