May 3, 2008

Michael Rozeff on discrimination

Discrimination is nothing more than making distinctions and being selective. Without discrimination, freedom to choose is an empty exercise. I favor the freedom to choose. Therefore, I favor discrimination.

Not only do I favor discrimination, I discriminate constantly. And so does everyone else.

I am completely certain that your cupboard and your refrigerator contain a different assortment of foods than mine. I am sure that your choice of words differs from mine. Your friends are not mine. Your causes are not mine. Your movie and music favorites are not mine.

~ Michael Rozeff, "I Favor Discrimination,", May 3, 2008

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