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Fuzzy truth is out of focus


It is said the rhinoceros has very bad vision. But considering its size, it is not his problem. The ability to see with clarity is not common anymore, literally or figuratively. Some are born with issues related to their eyes, with many finding relief in surgery, glasses, nutrition or with professional help. A source of frustration is blurry eyesight, and it is not always in both eyes. Being nearsighted or struggling with cataracts are just two of a number of reasons for seeing fuzzy. For George Bush 43, math was the challenge. A decade later the nation is facing a dilemma where truth and objectivity have become incredibly blurry. And its intentional. How do you know that your vision is bad, the optometrist asked a female patient? “Well, my husband started looking attractive.” Well, that’s one sure-fire indicator, though I am referring to having a point of view about right and wrong with regard to morals, that innate voice that compels us during decision-making. Most people possess

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