The Costs of Poor Choices
War costs. Pollution costs. Excessive wealth concentration costs. Excessive power reaching costs. Infectious diseases costs. Poor management costs.
All of these things eat away at the power, viability, and sustainability of a group of peoples’ ability to remain in power. We have chosen these people to lead and make choices for our society. They have not lived up to their minimum requirements, and we will all pay for their ignorance, stupidity, and capriciousness. The world of making policy is not an art form where you are at liberty to do as you will when you will and receive positive results for your liberty. It is actually a cold, cold science at its roots, with very real and grave consequences for not abiding by the natural laws that are present within our societies and economies. You do x bundle of policies, you get y results within the society, which then has the power to change, shift, and move on you independently of the policies that you enact. It is better for those who are in power to know the laws of society, economy, ecology, physics, psychology, and the entire natural universe that is larger than the sub-atomic, yet smaller than the cosmological. Unless we have this comprehension and acceptance of natural laws and conditions in our world, we will never really break free from the cycle of boom, bust, and decay with a chance of making it back to a positive rebirth.
We cannot abide the ideologues, the delusional, the warped in thinking and feeling, and the clinically anti-social in our governments and in our places of power, consequence, authority, and responsibility. We cannot abide their anti-social, the deranged, or the delusional from being in power, nor should we accept their sub-par leadership for the sake of their personal ego. We’ll be the ones paying for their ability to be in office. And, quite frankly, privilege of being in office, in my mind, does not outweigh my right to live a free, decent, and happy life.
How do you feel about this?
Seriously, we will die for the sake of their pathetic ego.
Your move, America. Your move.
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