Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Leadership is doing the right thing when no one is looking!
The professional sports players are among the worst offenders as role models today with their MTV attitudes of sex, drugs, and who gives a shit behavior even though their entire career and fortune is made from the people who watch them have fun, while being paid 10's of million every year.
You know what?
None of these professions or these people were ever meant to be role models in the first place anyway. They are there only to make money, obtain power, and rule over the populations of dumbed down morons who make poor choices for themselves and then cry, it's not my fault.
So if anybody watched President's Obama's speech to the Nation on Health care last night you got a good dose of true Republican behavior. As Congressman Joe Wilson, yelled out "You Lie" to the President, this was heard around the World. It shows the contempt, racist, intolerant, bigoted behavior the far right religious base has gotten because America has an African American President. What this jerk-off said was right in line with High School behavior, disrespectful behavior of a Southern racist, the exact thing I am referring to when it comes to leadership, and fairness. This slouch Joe Wilson is but one example of the brainlessly low quality of people in Politics, and the foul stench associated with the Republican Party today..
And this blowhard, this dipshit got caught in the act of being a religious, repugnant republican. How nice!
So who exactly then are our role models? These are the people who do the right thing because it is the right thing and not because they make money from their actions, or become famous, or get special privileges. Doing the right thing does not hurt other people. Doing the right thing does not degrade your environment or abuse animals. Doing the right thing is knowing that you are connected to everyone and everything on Planet Earth, and that everything you do affects them and others too..
Doing the right thing when no one is looking takes personal convictions and strength.
Do you do the right thing when no one is looking?