posted on Nov, 30 2016 @ 11:19 AM
When any relationship experiences hardship it's a good idea to take a step back to define our roles. We do this in an effort to determine if we're in
compliance with our objectives.
For instance, if a boyfriend and girlfriend are arguing it's likely they'll have the talk about their status as boyfriend / girlfriend, and then
determine how each party can better assume that role.
We can all agree our political relationship is symbiotic, simply meaning we're two parties existing within the same system. However I believe the left
has misconstrued our symbiotic relationship as mutualistic while it's actually parasitic.
A mutualistic relationship occurs when two parties work together for the betterment of the whole. Instead i believe we exist within a parasitic
relationship in which one party benefits and the other is harmed.
I believe most all contentious issues from education to healthcare to gun violence exemplify this parasitic relationship. For instance democrats call
for increased funding to urban schools demonstrates one party's intention to benefit while the other is harmed.
Now that we have properly identified our relationship we can better define our roles.
Do you think we've developed a parasitic relationship?
Does the proper identification of our relationship better determine our roles? If so, how?
edit on 30-11-2016 by AlphaIron because: (no reason given)