Are Americans morality-phobic? Is morality-phobia widespread in our land? Here are a few questions:
Are Americans so afraid of honesty that they feel the need to tell little (and sometimes big) lies?
Are they so frightened of not having enough that they will cheat to get ahead?
Are they so afraid of reality that they seek to alter their consciousness with drugs and/or alcohol?
Are they scared of being inconvenienced to the point that they will pay someone to destroy the innocent human life that they have produced in the womb?
Are Americans so afraid of not getting what they want that they will take things that don’t belong to them?
Are they so terrified of sexual purity that they will do their best to keep any mention or portrayal of it out of popular movies, television, radio, and other media?
Are Americans so scared of uplifting, wholesome, encouraging entertainment that they will regularly watch and/or attend displays of vulgarity and indecency?
Or is morality-phobia just a myth?