Last night, I started thinking about the inverse of my previous posts on cities with the highest percentage of single parent households and how they're all basket cases. I wondered if I could find the list of cities with the highest percentage of married households.
Google. First hit. Bingo.
#1 on the hit parade is Flower Mound, Texas. How does Flower Mound stack up against the nation at large?
Average income: $95,416. That's the 98th percentile right there, kids.
Let's look at the large city with the highest percentage of single parents, Camden, NJ.
Average income: $23,421. That's the 11th percentile.
Game, set, match. If you care about the poor, then you must care about objective morality. You can't have it both ways.
If you're wondering, here's a synopsis of Pope Benedict's (then Cardinal Ratzinger) homily on the dictatorship of moral relativism. Looks like he was on to something.
|Freaky. It's almost like he'd been clued in by Someone Else.|