Actress Heather Lind has accused the elder George Bush of not only sexually assaulting her by touching her derrière but of also telling her a “dirty joke” during a photo op. Inappropriate touching is one thing.
But if traditional morality does not objectively exist and sexual matters no big deal to the uninhibited and progressive as we are continually conditioned by Hollywood propaganda, on what grounds is an off color remark then worthy of ongoing sustained national condemnation?
What really also needs to be asked was the former President like this before ending up in the wheelchair with these revelations of less than gentlemanly behavior (which these feminists then turn around and condemn you of if they can't find evidence of you being a lewd creep) which could be signs that he is slipping into dementia with decreased impulse control being a manifestation?
As for Heather Lind, on the other hand, if she is so concerned about propriety and the Biblical admonition against coarse jesting why did she star in the production “Boardwalk Empire” which not only glamorized bootlegging but gratuitousness nudity as well?
So what Heather Lind is saying is that, if she is willing to do nude scenes on HBO but apparently falls to pieces psychologically over an old man briefly touching her and sharing a crude comment, that deep down she is really no lady but just a whore willing to do anything for money.
Frederick Meekins is an independent theologian and social critic. Frederick holds a BS in Political Science/History, a MA in Apologetics/Christian Philosophy from Trinity Theological Seminary, and a PhD. in Christian Apologetics from Newburgh Theological Seminary.