Free is the best. Why pay for things? That’s expensive. Running out on a bar tab after giving Eric Trump’s name doesn’t really qualify. But don’t tell that to voters out to stick purchases on anyone else. Billing others is the American way.
Yet a handful of citizens notice that taking a wallet is still thievery even if you don’t know the owner. They have some gall tracking the payment. Persistent conservatives must be true Velcro-using dolts to not realize they can get everything they want just by panhandling in voting booths.
What is it with all the liberty? This is the United States. Aberrant monsters prefer making their own purchases even though the government will pay. So, who funds the government? They own the plate printers, so it all must start at the Treasury.
Still, I feel there must be a way taxpayers are ultimately charged. Claiming Republicans are voting against their own interests presumes they want to mooch. Not demanding others fund lifestyles means they’re being crimped, presuming you have a self-righteous high schooler’s view of what freedom is. Stay out of my desk drawer, Mom.
The stubborn willingness to buy our own things makes it really hard to turn us into Europe. Those snotty layabouts seem to really value life, and it’s about time to copy. Private Americans are reluctant to take the Pixy Stix shoved in their hands even before seeing the decay caused by force-feeding sugar. The best thing about receiving items from your kind government is that there are no possible future consequences involving soul possession. Ask Satan for confirmation.
The cost isn’t worth free. Getting items delivered without involving your own currency sounds like a dream come true. Drink beer that burns calories to celebrate. To hear our Democratic friends explain how sharing works, you’d think the biggest earners were volunteering to have their plasma removed. I wonder if it would be possible for us to get that ruddy color back if our Dracula government didn’t bleed us just enough. Bureaucrats always miscalculate how much blood they can take.
We could actually lower prices through a system I like to call the free market. Hear me out: fellow citizens out for your business try to impress you enough to make purchases. Force companies to battle Thunderdome-style for your amusement and wallet’s health. Two enter and one leaves with a customer’s debit card swipe.
Don’t you want insurance? Glue your pocket closed. There’s no reason to buy your own with anything as valuable as money. Yet consumers know the cost of complimentary is the unhealthiest part. There may be a way to get health care other than Medicaid. It’s true! Coping with crummy coverage if you can find a doctor isn’t as compassionate as it appears. And a half-decent plan is hard to buy precisely because of how meddlesome your benevolent leaders are. But learning the disease’s cause defeats the purpose of coverage. You don’t have to worry about why: you have a plan, dude.
You wouldn’t turn down a free sample, you snob. Principles aren’t applicable when someone’s handing you a product. That’s what Washington’s for. Proud people accept entitlements being thrown into the air like an NFL player with currency in an exotic dancing establishment. It’s tough to decline whether it happens reluctantly or without contemplating why there’s no price tag. Everything’s paid for by someone, but we’re discouraged to trace lineage.
Vox is as bad at demotivating as it is explaining. We remain the sort of people who don’t want to be handed things. Liberals loathe the Koch brothers more than the Devil they don’t believe in. The opposition to subsidies that would prop up their profits is against their motivation, yet they dare believe in a level playing field. Freedom enthusiasts loathed because they set such a bad example in the mooching era.
Keep the big dream alive of being able to acquire things by choice. Maybe an employer would pay enough if they weren’t taxed into the Stone Age for the crime of profiting. Extremely productive political science majors presume the common man will never advance in the totally not condescending manner of those who think compassion means ceaseless welfare.
You’ve got some nerve not voting for others to subsidize what you want. But contrarians note the very act of transferring wealth makes it harder to get. That’s unless our efficient government doesn’t harm the economy and your motivation by taking what it pleases. They’re out to help, which justifies anything you’d like.
We have so much nerve seeking dignity. Independence holds value to Americans and humans despite the hive’s pleas. Government is inspirationally seen as a way to get more currency than put it. I am in favor of a magic ATM that prints money. There’s no way inflating quantity will decrease values. Democrats who think voters are screwing themselves want to suck out the atmosphere to enable breathing. Handouts are not real wealth any more than it’s sustainable. But it’s fun to pretend, and politics is the art of dreaming.