Bad People: Seven Signs

Nobody is perfect.  Most people are good, and occasionally do something bad.  Some people are bad, and occasionally do something good.  A few people are bad, and never do anything good — they are bad through and through.

Some people know which type of person they are, and some people don’t know which type of person they are.  The question for today is whether you know which type of person someone else is.

There are seven signs that tell you who is bad through and through.

Sign #1:  The person answers “Yes” to the question “Is July 4, 1776 the birthdate of the United States of America?”.

Sign #2:  The person answers “Yes” to the question “Are all men created equal, regardless of the color of their skin?”.

Sign #3:  The person answers “Yes” to the question “Is there a difference between fact and opinion?”.

Sign #4:  The person answers “Yes” to the question “Does the Catholic Church have the right to withhold Holy Communion from a Catholic who preaches dogma that is heretical to the Catholic Church?”.

Sign #5:  The person answers “Yes” to the question “Does the government have an obligation to make sure that only citizens vote and that citizens vote only once?”.

Sign #6:  The person answers “Yes” to the question “Do parents have a greater right than teacher unions and school boards to decide what morality to teach to their children?”.

Sign #7:  The person answers “Yes” to the question “Do politicians and pundits care more about accumulating wealth and power than about the well-being of the United States of America?”.

Sign #8:  The person answers “No” to the question “Are all Whites born bad?”.  (Sign #8 is a bonus.)

Memorize these signs.  If your aunt exhibits any of these signs, publicly call her out on Facebook as a racist.  If your father exhibits any of these signs, call him out in a venomous voice as a Nazi.  If the President of the United States of America exhibits any of these signs, terminate his right of Free Speech.  That will prove you are one of the good people.

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