Word Cloud

Rit VarrialeEssay Posts1 Comment

Yesterday, while I was reading through the recent SCOTUS ruling, I got to thinking… what if you put the opinion and dissent into a word cloud to see what each side emphasized.  Nothing scientific, but it would be interesting.  I’ve done this before with small books of the Bible or smaller sections of larger books, but the entire SCOTUS text was to much to put in.  This created a dilemma, namely, what sections would I use? No doubt, if I selected the text someone would criticize me on the basis of bias. So, I figured it would be good to get a different perspective when choosing the text.  I came across a NY Times article that shared highlights from the opinion and dissent.  I figured this would be a good source of “unbiased” info. 😉  Nonetheless, here’s the result.  Before I share some of my thoughts, I’d like to hear what you think.  Share your perspectives on Facebook.  Of course, the majority opinion is on the LEFT and the dissent is on the RIGHT.

Vote For

Majority Opinion

Vote against

Dissenting Opinion



One Comment on ““Word Cloud”

  1. Thomas Cordell

    Thanks. Tom Cordell here. I tend to think in terms of one is a death style and the other, by God’s grace is a life style. He came that we might have life…and more abundantly. I think death style is accurate because Jesus said let the dead bury their dead.

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