The Silent Majority

Now, we can choose to ignore that or argue when it’s in our face or we can choose to do something about it. See, we can modify our behavior. On one side, we can be more open about how we feel, and on the other side, we can be more aware of and more receptive to how other people feel.

If the audiences in South Carolina and Texas are any indication of where we stand as a nation, I think the people that conduct popularity polls ought to start looking at a whole new demographic who used to be called the “silent majority.” With the power of the responses I mentioned above, those folks sure seem to be making a comeback.

Ron Ciancutti is the Purchasing Manager for Cleveland Metroparks. He is not on Facebook, but he can be reached at rdc@clevelandmetroparks.com.

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One comment on “The Silent Majority

  1. Jill moviere on said:

    I commend those high school students in taking a stand for Christ. What I find to be most interesting is that the audience applauded. I understand Texas and South Carolina are in the bible belt, but you can never be to cautious when speaking on such a controversial topic.

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