So basically marriage is just a thing that can be played around with it means nothing anymore. For instance Kim Kardashian who I used to love but now is completely annoying is getting a divorce……after 72 days. It honestly just seems like a publicity stunt. Like she thought oh I have done all these…
I was going to blog about this, but I’m glad you did so I don’t have to.
I know. I am just so bored and there was nothing else on my dashboard. I choose to think I was making fun of the picture rather than your comments. btdubs (lol what a douche thing to say), I do agree with your comments. Good talk!
My entire ticket was disqualified because my running mate put a picture of me and another candidate (from a different college) on our webpage.
"So, the Real Rebels Party had one person in a picture with another candidate and the entire ticket is disqualified. Rebels United has one person posing with another ticket and only he is disqualified. Does anyone else see a problem with the election board’s judgement?"-Joe Alexander
The above picture was used in an album showing candidates of having normal lives. One candidate was showed at her graduation, another with their family, and me with my best friend. It was not printed on campaign fliers. It was not used to show endorsement. I was running for Liberal Arts and he was running for Urban Affairs. He consented to having the picture up. My whole ticket gets disqualified.
A member from the party that filed the complaint endorsed another party. Did his whole ticket get disqualified? No. They did not. Just him.
Is there such thing as a clear cut right and wrong? Or are these abstract concepts? Do you base moral truth on declaring something inherently wrong no matter the circumstance, or do the ends justify the means? Is there a happy medium?