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Back to the basics

17 Apr

Just putting some thoughts to paper. errrrrrr, zero’s and one’s. Why is it that when there is already law dealing with discrimination…. that we make new laws dealing with discrimination. Because when we do that we must then create jobs to monitor those special interest anti-discrimination laws. And the government must then raise taxes to pay for the representatives who have their staff, supporters and someone has to pay for all of those think-tanks and polls…….. ad nauseam.

And once those jobs are created, because they are federal and state jobs…. they are almost self-perpetuating. Why do we time after time think this is the best solution to some problem? If it is against the law to discriminate in the first place, why aren’t we then filing discrimination charges against the people who are committing these acts? And yes, it is this easy. It’s politicians and lobbyists that tell you it can’t be done.

It starts getting to the point that people are almost forced to invent data to prove that their position is still viable. Because if you aren’t showing results then you will not get good reviews. You won’t get fired. It’s extremely difficult to fire state and federal employees. But you may get “moved” around a lot.

If people aren’t willing to stand up for what is correct then we are doomed to just repeating our failures. It’s time to stop doing that. it’s time to get rid of the too big to fail. It’s time to stop “creating” jobs. Maybe if we just started helping each other a bit more, every day… we wouldn’t need to have committees, forums, polls, and entire government organizations trying to divide and conquer. Never mind the consequences, it’s the win that matters. Have we truly become so very shallow?

have we always been this shallow?

All too often we will choose “style” over “substance”, and in doing so we waste our very sustenance.

 
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