Tuesday, August 11, 2009

The American Way

Followers of the American Way instinctively try to fix "it" themselves before asking for help. Although they quickly and graciously help any neighbor in need, decades of public relations efforts have still not diminished their internal reluctance for government welfare. American Way people have been accused of too rugged an individualism, yet, they have also crafted a society richer in personal freedoms, a higher standard of living and more technological advances than any other group in history.

Today, Kyle Anne Shriver at American Thinker presents a clear look at the clash of cultures now erupting on the American scene. She clarifies the situation by comparing the American Way to the Alinsky Way, while Democrat vs. Republican or Liberal vs. Conservative merely skew the conversation. You will be glad you read it.

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