Inevitably, we’ve fastened on those last memorable lines about hope, optimism and love. But the letter was, at its heart, a manifesto for social democracy. And if there was one word that might sum up Jack Layton’s unabashed, social democratic message, it would be “generosity.” He wanted, in the simplest and most visceral terms, a more generous Canada.
Could the search for ultimate truth really have revealed so hideous and visceral looking an object?
I do feel visceral revulsion at the burka because for me it is a symbol of the oppression of women.Richard Dawkins