How do you think we can increase civility'

By Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)January 24, 2011

Man on the street: With the recent shooting in Tucson, Ariz., placing the topic of  civility in the national debate, the Sentinel asked members of  the  community: How do you think we can increase civility?

"It goes beyond just treating others like you want to be treated. I know you need God, because I know people know the right thing to do." - Staff Sgt. Shambra Pearsall chaplain assistant U.S. Army Garrison Chaplain Office
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Man on the street: With the recent shooting in Tucson, Ariz., placing the topic of civility in the national debate, the Sentinel asked members of the community: How do you think we can increase civility? "It goes beyond just treating others like you want to be treated. I know you need God, because I know people know the right thing to do." - Staff Sgt. Shambra Pearsall chaplain assistant U.S. Army Garrison Chaplain Office (Photo Credit: Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Man on the street: With the recent shooting in Tucson, Ariz., placing the topic of  civility in the national debate, the Sentinel asked members of  the  community: How do you think we can increase civility?

 “Just a smile. It starts off with a smile.” - Belinda Garret ID card receptionist Fort McPherson One Stop
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Man on the street: With the recent shooting in Tucson, Ariz., placing the topic of civility in the national debate, the Sentinel asked members of the community: How do you think we can increase civility? “Just a smile. It starts off with a smile.” - Belinda Garret ID card receptionist Fort McPherson One Stop (Photo Credit: Kevin Stabinsky (USAG Fort McPherson) VIEW ORIGINAL
Man on the street:With the recent shooting in Tucson, Ariz., placing the topic of  civility in the national debate, the Sentinel asked members of  the  community: How do you think we can increase civility?

 “I think there is a degree of tolerance to exercise; tolerate others’ opinions as you would want  others to tolerate yours if they disagree.” - Sgt. Eric Perry saxophone player Army Ground Forces Band
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Man on the street:With the recent shooting in Tucson, Ariz., placing the topic of civility in the national debate, the Sentinel asked members of the community: How do you think we can increase civility? “I think there is a degree of tolerance to exercise; tolerate others’ opinions as you would want others to tolerate yours if they disagree.” - Sgt. Eric Perry saxophone player Army Ground Forces Band (Photo Credit: Kevin Stabinsky (USAG Fort McPherson) VIEW ORIGINAL