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Calm Objection - is it possible?

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Reading Mark Morford's column made me  wonder what an extreme act of radical love would look like?  Any ideas?


"Where is the liberal outrage? Where are the extreme acts of radical love? Where is the crazed "Daily Show" fan secretly planning to dump 10,000 gallons of Astroglide on Fox News HQ because Jon Stewart appeared in a pot-induced fever dream and ordered them to?

"I still await the hippie liberal apocalypse. I still await my fellow progressives gathering at the Lincoln Memorial in calmly organized outrage, armed with Sigg bottles full of Cabernet and copies of the New Yorker, demanding free iPads for the poor and more compound sentences on CNN. Hell, I just came back from that infamous neo-pagan antichrist orgy known as Burning Man, and all I got was this lousy glow stick."

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  1. I believe that forgiving is an extreme act of radical love. I believe that forgiving a few thousand times (if that is what it takes) is extremely radical. Waiting for fellow progressives is not radical in any way. Wanting more than a glowstick (lousy or no) is not radical, either.

    Which makes me think, Being a little less judgemental, Laura, is extremely radical!


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