Re: Radcliffe bad press
H. Alan Schup (aschup@WHY.NET)
Thu, 1 May 1997 18:23:04 -0500
At 2:24 PM 05/1/97, John Peschken wrote:
>Scott Morley wrote:
>I think, that as an important figure in a organization that espouses
>teaching civic responsibility as one of it's principal goals, Mr.
>Radcliffe should be held to an even higher standard than the average
Excuse me? I think everyone should have the same standard, just as high.
To assume that Jere is guilty of a Felony is stating that he had melicious
intent to do bodily harm. How may business CEOs, retired or off-duty
police, congressmen, "influential people in general" have done the same
honest mistake over the 30+ years of airline travel?
So you think that society should lower the standards for low-income people
and have exceedingly high standards for Jere? What happened to the concept
of fairness and treating all men as equals? I think it is not
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City