Wilson running for governor of NY in upcoming Republican primary.
He stoops to the lowest common denominator. He stoops to the shallow side of life. He stoops to discussion by tarnishing names of people, not ideas and spoken with facts and evidence which support the ideas. A practice like that one Wilson uses is considered the lowest level of intelligence. Discussing ideas is the highest level of intelligence. We still get damn commercials from Wilson which discuss what he considers to be dirt about people.
Thus, I resort to the lowest level of intelligence by speaking about a person: Wilson. I do this only to get the point across about the idea that we should be using the highest level of intelligence. Silly me for doing it this way.
We don’t want to hear about dirt about people. We want to hear words about ideas for which a person has. Otherwise, do not broadcast such shallow s**t in commercials on CBS Mornings. Save the dirt for sensationalist National Enquirer or New York Post or … whatever. But not within what is supposed to be respectable broadcasting media.
P.S. If I go to the news stand and look for legitimate news sources like legitimate local newspapers, it is tough to find one available. If I look over at the newspapers which ARE available, they are typically sensationalist ones like The National Enquirer or The New York Post. Alongside these newspapers which are available is Rupert Murdock’s Wall Street Journal. As a librarian and researcher who worked alongside market research people, this tells me that the ones which are selling are the local newspapers IN PRINT, not these other newspapers. I can find the personal finance and business news I need in a local newspaper out of Scranton, PA. Why do I need the Wall Street Journal? As a librarian, my library subscribed to Investors Business Daily. I found, along with my clients, the IBD to be a better newspaper than Wall Street Journal. Where does one find IBD on the shelves? If not on the news stands then at a library?