We’ll connect with reality as soon as we decide what free means. Getting something without paying is so much better than forking over currency, you silly goose. It’s not stealing if the government tells you to take it. All that’s needed is a law.
Despite conservatives complaining about theft or whatever, politics is truly as easy as deciding life costs too much. I’m certain there will never be an asterisk next to free. Not teaching basic economics at public schools continues to have delightful consequences for your checking balance.
Cut off the price tag for savings. Brighter fellow citizens really think affordability is that simple if you wonder why elections keep turning out like they do. Such exquisite doltishness explains rage when confronted on just who funds compensation. You’re using services, you know, and the 13thAmendment prohibits coerced employment.
Acting like everyone who disagrees favors agony is quite the way to compensate. You could make entities compete for your quarters if you want something cheaper, as they’d have to dance like you wish at the best price possible. Or, you could selflessly demand unfettered access to things you use without dusting off your coin purse. Blame corporate greed for items costing money, according to fans of an impossibly expansive government that’s racked up 22 freaking trillion dollars in debt without flinching.
Contempt for anyone who notices others are spending what’s earned with little concern for price or results is how our government stays healthy. Why do you want things to cost money? You most get excited at the prospect of the poor suffering, you cruel baron. The openminded way of presuming disagreement is for sadistic idiots often manifests itself in seething rage aimed at anyone who demands bills be paid. The inspirational side never conceives of prices being fair or anyone getting a raise.
There’s no greater dignity than earning a living. Now, here’s everything for free. Devaluing work is just one delightful side effect of attempting to control prices. The same ones who demand ridiculous minimum wages want countless products given away.
Eh, just have the government pay for it to compensate. I’m unsure if it’s scarier to think the rich can and should fund whatever politicians decide to buy or genuinely can make life affordable through decree. Don’t forget to raise the minimum wage while deciding the government should hand out more to maximize sense.
Reasonable people can disagree. Also, nobody who disagrees with you is reasonable. Twitter shriekers think mean conservatives must want others to go without housing or insulin, as there’s no possible alternative for wanting insurance or schooling to cost money. The outrage distracts from collectivists’ own policies causing tremendous burdens through pimping the delusion that politicians can protect us from the cruelty of having to spend more than wanted on what we buy.
Anything that costs money is too much. Guess what happens when you attempt to deny supply and demand? The experiment’s results are as certain as what happens when you aim a flamethrower at a matchbook factory covered in napalm. Hey, check it out: it’s afire!
School must be a great treasure if it doesn’t cost anything to attend. One might think it’d be easy to recognize patterns after taking 120 credits. Take how tuition skyrocketed when government subsidized it. The solution is obviously more government. Brighter graduates sure learned a lot about economics while majoring in pottery studies.
You’re exchanging quite a bit for your purportedly complimentary items. Federal possession of souls may be fine for those who treat government as religion. But those who think Heaven isn’t situated on the Potomac may appreciate the advantages of free will.
Government is guaranteed to make life more pricey. The consistent results are unlike, say, claiming human progress heats the planet. An institution renowned for foresight uses money confiscated from taxpayers to compensate for inflating demand.
Pretending class warfare makes products cheaper is a nice complement to printing more money. You can buy more, duh. It’s tough to know whether lusty redistributionists believe throwing cash at merchandise actually works or if they’re just happy to make the successful hand it over. But they’re sure to embrace value either way.
The only real argument for free college is that it would finally be priced accurately. You get what you pay for. College may seem like an astronomical waste, what with the sort of idiots churned out after four or seven years on lush campuses. But purported students are still provided with a service, even if it’s only babysitting them while forestalling entrance to the real world. Marxist brats used heated classrooms, rent-a-cop public safety, and the services of professors who get paid regardless of whether or not they deserve it.
As for those mental dwarves who aren’t enrolled in prestigious diploma mills, they will have to learn from ordinary life that trying to dodge charges actually makes you poorer. It’s uncanny how university attendees believe the value provided by things like sociology degrees is incalculably beneficial to society. Actually, the cost is easy to determine. It’s never too late to learn the difference between priceless and worthless.