posted on Jan, 13 2017 @ 07:15 PM
a reply to: Puppylove
Thanks, though even that saying has its faults. Think about the person who sees all of this corruption, apathy, and ignorance and wants to do
something about it. If they decide to stand up and become a part of the solution by taking on a powerful position, surely that doesn't disqualify
them, right? In other words, I think it depends on why they want the power/position in the first place.
And the opposite is also true. I think that a person who has the abilities to improve our surroundings but refuses to do so is also in the wrong. It
would be like being in the middle of a famine and one community member has enough food to feed everyone but refuses to do so. It's actually one of the
things I hate about a lot of commentators and political candidates. They claim they have all of these solutions to fix things, but won't even try to
implement them unless we elect them or their preferred candidate.