Constitutional contempt is an odd way of demonstrating love for this nation. I’m not calling modern progressives un-American: I’m merely noting their beliefs run counter to the values of a country designed to enable autonomy. Okay, maybe I’m accusing them. But they sure are insistent. It’s important to brand everyone who disagrees with whatever goofy concepts they invent as delusional for the full effect.
Those who think federal action helps humans are already confused. They could alleviate that cognitive dissonance by first deciding if they’re pretending to adhere to the rules. Our most arrogant dopes already have to compensate for believing we inhabit some Bizarro America where government is what makes it swell instead of precisely what’s to be minimized. Thinking a document designed to protect the right to be left alone contains an insurance mandate is foolish enough that anyone who adheres to it must be contemptuous.
I encourage fans of benevolent autocracy to admit they loathe America’s limits. Honesty might feel nice, even as a change of pace. The Vox-style board game flipping at frustration over losing is the only exercise they get. Those damned rules keep them from implementing plans that would eliminate poverty, pain, and the fear of death. Note who’s respectful of impediments to authority by how they complain about slavery written into the Constitution. They’re the same ones who kvetch their foes won’t compromise by giving into everything they want.
A republic with specific designated tasks is designed to curtail power, which is precisely why growing-government fans see it the way I do a cash bar at a wedding. Redundant limitations naturally tick off those who think a benevolent autocrat can impose order on these subversive free markets. There’s a reason each branch is pitted against each other, and not just because it’s a blast to watch idiots argue about why each should dominate. The document doesn’t enable all three to unite in steamrolling us for our flattening benefit. I can check the back.
Washington can remedy anything, according to those with high tolerances for fantasy and low self-esteem. You don’t even need to know the question, as the answer is always even more debt. We can’t do anything radical like letting buyers and sellers negotiate until they reach a price that’s mutually agreeable. What foolishness led you to conclude people could take care of their own needs? It’s not literally written down or anything.
Anyone who loves America so much they want to change it completely is bound to see it rationally. Literal freedom-fighters think the country’s job is to fight oppression. Also, their definition of oppression is getting to buy insurance from a company if you think it’s wise. Paying with your own money just feels so expensive. Instead, tax people who make more, as they obviously thieved it. How could anyone be more valuable than you?
Making up clauses is one way to cope with terrifying liberty. The nation’s whole appeal lies in not being bothered. But responsibility for what happens in your life isn’t nearly as fun as blaming someone unconnected.
Ruining the delicate balance that keeps us from being hassled into oblivion would be bad enough without knowing their policies create toxic agony. The enlightened tolerant faction throws away a nation dedicated to liberty in order to create crummy dependence based on doling out a sliver of what’s contributed. All that freedom is just going to make you think someone else could pay you more than Washington. Let the sort of government where Donald Trump can be head of state be in charge of our well-being.
The document’s tone leans toward not getting pushed around if nobody’s noticed yet. There was a king involved at some point who told people what to do, and the fairy tale indicates they didn’t care for it. Ancestors ticked over a tax on stamped paper would have aneurysms at the myriad invasions we not only tolerate but encourage as measures of civilization.
Listen to grad students who are too smart to create anything. Pompous lectures disguised as news explainers don’t count. Experts take your money because you don’t have enough degrees to know how to spend it wisely. Buying stuff you want would be foolish. Who wants to be materialistic and get something you’d like? Disavow possessions to reach nirvana.
Government is the religion for some who look upon genuflecting during Mass attendance as silly. Even worse, they’re a bunch of heathens. The heresy of loathing the Bible is often adhered to by those who face Washington while praying. Self-appointed betters won’t trust the masses to pick what they want, much less tap their holstered guns if anyone tries to shut them up. The theoretical interdictions are bad, but wait until you see how much Constitution opponents can screw up things practically.