Words guarantee actions. They better, or we’re in bigger trouble than the Trump sons after commandeering Marine One to moon Chelsea Clinton’s apartment. Running off one’s mouth is unfortunate at any level. The president selling poppycock sets a questionable example, as well. Oh: it also makes our country vulnerable. But empty words only hurt us economically, defensively, and psychologically, so America’s robust otherwise.
Your government says the amazing insurance you have is such a deal that there’s no need to shop around. It’s not that you have a choice. They love you so much that they won’t let you harm yourself by declining. Republicans have preserved this ever so kind intention. It’s thus a relief that saying something will occur, as needing some sort of physical treatment would mean our health is critical. Thank every preener who thinks insurance was invented in 2010 and couldn’t be bought more affordably without the command to do so.
Take the man who healed our wounds without ever having a real job. Mundane life would have distracted Barack Obama from his bigger goals, such as ensuing his eponymous health contraption conformed with human nature. Being this bent out of shape can’t be cured with surgery, or even chiropractic quackery. But at least he was nice enough to cover everyone affordably. Presume that’s what happened, as maybe that will provide a smidgen of good health.
Convincing ourselves we’re healing is the ultimate placebo. Until the odious mandate is genuinely repealed, Washington hopes a bill’s thickness will heal us enough to drive down premiums, as nothing else they’ve tried has worked. Letting us buy from companies desperate for business that isn’t guaranteed failed to cross their minds. Perhaps telling prices that they’re expected to drop will work, although inanimate concepts are notoriously unwilling to obey laws.
The converse works just as well, although that’s not a compliment. Announce catastrophes are forthcoming whenever it’s suggested our brutish and doltish government should mind its own damn business.
The proclamation that bloodthirsty Republicans are eager to confiscate health care from millions is a popular modern example. Sure, those affected don’t have the option to decline, might not want to participate, and would have an easier time. But it won’t matter once they die like the previous generation of innocents did back when George Warmonger Bush was tyrant.
I’ve thought about what it says that freaking socialism polls well in 2017 America. I have decided that the results are what I’d deem negative. Everything we have is due to ironically greedy lunatics being banished to Ivy League fringes. With our material needs largely met, we can bitch about phantom missing items and pretend they could be more easily acquired if we shared one giant wallet. Keep your change in a different pocket.
Socialism is the dangerous new fad hip youngsters indulge in to risk everyone else’s lives. Whether unabashed Vermont-style or the insidious approach preferred by coastal twerps, contemporary pinkos never learn that a book might not be correct. I know it should be illegal to publish things that are wrong, but our racist cracker junk-waving Founders didn’t include a mean speech clause in their precious First Amendment. Central control was an evil idea before it was tried countless times over a century. It’s good to check if there are examples before endorsement.
Even the words assigned to a politician are presumed to be gospel. That saves the savior’s voice. Donald Trump didn’t even bother to utter the words his most zealous disciples claim he uttered in that mellifluous golden tone which is his specialty. The most dedicated Trumpologists just presumed their dreamboat would be the anti-Obama because they really thought that would be cool. I agree, but the whole problem here is that actions may not correspond to imaginations. Trump helped them, which hurts us. The mouthy mime played along like he’s done since adulthood technically began.
The bipartisan desire to never let you decide anything shows cooperation’s downside. Ignoring evidence works as well politically as it does personally. Take a president who claims he’s achieved every dream he’s ever had, which double as yours. The boasting’s volume is to compensate for the thin results. He’s been doing so for as long as he’s gotten New York Post headlines, so why stop now? Trump has indeed achieved the unbelievable if winning despite his work history and preserving Obama’a legacy count.
Wariness upon hearing a promise is the first thing humans should learn. We need a guidebook. The United States Constitution used to suffice. But the obsolete crinkly paper can’t compete with the fast pace here in Futureworld. Our glowing pocket screens tell us that not being forced to buy something crummy means a necessity is being wrested away. Verification is presumably as advanced as technology. And humans endowed with such neat items can’t be full of it. There’s no reason to check.