Cliché of the Day..

two wrongs don't make a right 2A  -the fool and the foolish 3a

According to Webster: “fool,” One who is regarded as deficient in judgment, sense, or understanding.

According to Webster: “fool·ish,” Lacking or exhibiting a lack of good sense or judgment; silly.

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In rhetoric and ethics, two wrongs make a right and two wrongs don’t make a right are phrases that denote philosophical norms. “Two wrongs make a right” is a fallacy of relevance, in which an allegation of wrongdoing is countered with a similar

Its antithesis, “two wrongs don’t make a right”, is a proverb used to rebuke or renounce wrongful conduct as a response to another’s transgression. (Source Wikipedia).

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Accordingly, in 2016 I’m looking forward to America returning to her heritage of patriotism, responsibility and prosperity.

Question: Have you ever heard the cliché about wishing in one hand and taking a dump in the other?

Current social elocution;

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When society should be explicating;

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According to Webster: el·o·cu·tion,” public speaking in which gesture, vocal production, and delivery are emphasized.

According to Webster: ex·pli·cat·ing, To make clear the meaning of; explain.

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Batman and the Joker 1

America needs to stop waiting for Batman, ..and get their scrambled minds wrapped around…

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Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow


Crusader Rabbit…

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