When outrage is your friend

I don’t know about you, but, when I hear someone say they are outraged by something, or that something is “outrageous,” it sounds odd to me. Seemingly quaint and a bit archaic, even Victorian, it brings to mind images of a stuffy old fuddy-duddy harrumphing over skirts that go above the ankle.

In other words, outrage is out of date. Obsolete.

In this episode of Afterburner, Bill Whittle disagrees and looks three recent incidents that should educe outrage in any sensible and decent person, why that’s a good thing, and how that sense of outrage is actually what’s needed these days:

As Bill says, Election Day 2012 will be an excellent time to make our outrage known.

(Crossposted at Sister Toldjah)

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One Response to When outrage is your friend

  1. [...] Outrage isn’t always faked nor it is always improper. Sometimes the world presents us with things against which we should rage and at those times, we should not hesitate. [...]

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