I used to live in Boston and in Cambridge, so I understand the majority mindset. Don't get me wrong, I still loved both cities.
Boston, Cambridge, San Francisco, Seattle - the majority of the citizens believe they are superior, both intellectually and morally. In most cases that is complete rubbish, especially regarding the latter. As a result of complete rejection of Judeo-Christianity, these people shake their fist at God and, thinking themselves wise, have become fools.
I went back to Cambridge last summer to visit friends. The most popular "bumpah stickah" (BY FAR) in Cambridge was this one:
There may be some soul searching among a few now, but I doubt it.
As for the explosion in Texas, I partially agree. There is inherent snobbish bias. However, an industrial plant out in the Texas plains is not a busy street at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Moreover, all of the evidence so far does in Texas does not indicate terrorism, although that investigation is on-going.
Tell me again where on earth the left wing stands on issues because they make exceptions to suit their agendas
When anyone is not grounded in God's word, they are blown like chaff in the wind. Gay marriage? Sure! Aborting babies? Why not!?
Only through God's hand are we given true moral clarity.
agree with all of that.
I;ve never been to the west coast but Boston, Cambridge etc have a very snobby attitude who think they’re better than everyone else, maybe because many went to college there or maybe because they have like minded people around them who tell each other how great they all are and how stupid the south and Midwest and small towns are, I don’t know.
But I bet after this there will still be that very left wing snotty attitude there.
As for that sticker, yep I;m always amazed how those who shout tolerance, diversity are the ones who are least tolerated