Moral Relativism

National Ledger – Don Imus and Virginia Tech
“On the one hand, liberal media icons like the New York Times Frank Rich and other authors happily and repeatedly appeared on the Imus show. They raised no objections to Imus grossly distasteful remarks, because exposure to his large radio audience did wonders for their careers and their book sales.

“On the other hand, when Imus characterized the Rutgers womens basketball team as prostitutes, liberals had to denounce him. He was offending the black voting community, which liberals regard as their private property.

“This is what is known as moral relativism. With no moral standards, if I like it, it’s OK; if you don’t like it, as the liberals say, ‘Get used to it.'”

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