By Ronnie Spangler
I recently came across the following article and with talk of bringing back the so-called Fairness Doctrine wondered if people could attribute the article to the actual person that wrote it.
Please read it and pick the author from the list at the bottom. You can leave your selection in the comment section or twitter your selection.
"There are some people that think that being fair isn't a big deal, but not me. I think the world could be a better place if people would be fair to one another. Being unfair is very hurtful, because you aren't fair, it makes people feel like they aren't as important as others. Then it begins to cause trouble.
Everybody deserves a fair chance to prove they are a good person and a hard worker. After they've done that, there should be no reason to make differences between people. God made us all the same and he expects us to treat each other right.
If we were all given the same chances, there would more happiness than sadness. There would be enough money to go around without some people being rich and some people being really poor. It isn't fair that I have enough food to eat and others have no food to eat. It isn't fair that pretty people have more friends than ugly people; we are all the same on the inside. We all have a heart. We all need love and we all need friends.
So, I'm going to work really hard to be a fair person because when you do good then good comes back to you. Imagine the world if it were fair. There would be no more war or fighting. I would like to live in that world!"
The article has not been widely publicized. It was written for a select few with the hope that it would sway its readers in the direction of the author.
Below are the candidates, please select one and submit it in the comment section or on Twitter @Fairness Doctrine
a) President Barack Obama
b) 1st Lady Michelle Obama
c) Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi
d) Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
e) 4th Grade Student
f) Member of Berkley California City Council
The correct answer can be found on Twitter.com