The Sorry State of Oil Stained Wretches

“A man standing up for downtrodden people: Is he a hero, or a hypocrite?

Let our expert panel decide for you by suggesting the hero is a hypocrite simply through his participation in modern society. One of our experts working for an oil-friendly newspaper in a city oil-money built, will suggest the heroic man has not always felt the way he does now, so his position is invalid. Rather than living a life of isolation in the northern woods, to be quietly poisoned by the very thing he’s fighting now with his fame, he’s speaking about changing society. *gasp*

Isn’t someone opposed to the drug addiction and pillage mentality of the oil patch, really better off dead or silenced by obscurity?”

Superman was a big hypocrite: dressed as a human except to fight crime.
When Superman wasn’t fighting crime, he dressed as… a journalist.

2 responses to “The Sorry State of Oil Stained Wretches

  1. “Superman is what I can do. Clark is who I am.” – Clark Kent, “Tempus Fugitive” Lois & Clark.

    There was more than one reason why he chose journalism. Whenever he gets depowered, he still has those skills to fall back on and his “never-ending battle” can always use those skills.

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