Arguing from a Point of View

I am right now feeling a bit tired, but I wish to explain something for people who keep preaching for higher equality among people from rich to poor, black to white, all of that jazz…….

“So long as there are any differences, be them obvious or subtle, then there will be room for opposition and fuel for arguing against an opposing view.”

It is a part of humanity’s nature to strive for excellence, in moral character or in social standards. This drive is different for all people, each with different resources and backgrounds. Resulting from innate differences comes a variety of results; a poor man who came to be from economic collapse, or one who was never motivated… a rich man who worked to the top, and the rich who inherited success…… all of these people will argue for their own positions to gain success.

The Founding Fathers themselves were progressive for their time. They did not easily believe in free slaves, due to economic biases. They could not see women in an equal light; we still do not today, to an extent… However, they understood that among society differences in opinion would lead to misrepresentation. This misrepresentation can be created through migration to cities in the early 20th century, desperation for success in the Great Depression, or a lack of common sense as we now have……

The world will never be perfect, and so humanity shall never be equal. This, by the way, is why socialism and communism never work. Until we are either technologically ready or economically prepared for it, we shall maintain our innate differences.


Posted on May 29, 2011, in America, american politics, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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