A Societal Integrity Quiz
In light of the latest developments in the steroid scandal rocking Major League Baseball in the United States, here is a societal integrity quiz for you to take. Read the following statistics and decide which professional sports league they are from…
Is It MLB? The NBA? The NFL?
(Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, the National Football League)
Have been accused of spousal abuse
Have been arrested for fraud
Have been accused of writing bad checks
Have directly or indirectly
Bankrupte d at least 2 businesses
Have done time for assault
Get a credit card due to bad credit
Have been arrested on drug-related charges
Have been arrested for shoplifting
Are defendants in lawsuits, and
Have been arrested for drunk driving in the last year
You guess which organization this is?
Give up yet? . . Scroll down,
It’s none of these sports leagues!
It’s the 435 members of the
United States Congress:
The representatives and senators the American people have elected to develop and approve hundreds of new laws each year to preserve individual freedom, promote the common good, and ensure that the government honors its mandate to be a servant of its citizens. Do you think these people are fit to be the stewards of America’s Mission Statement?
Did you know that America has a Mission Statement? It is the Preamble of the United States Constitution.
Did you know that in a single elegant sentence the Preamble mandated the U.S. government to be a servant to its citizens (not to special interests, businesses or ideologues)? Did you know it requires the government to function at the intersection of preserving individual freedom and promoting the common good?
THIS is Societal Integrity in a democracy-centered republic such as the United States.