posted on Mar, 23 2009 @ 07:01 PM
thank you for asking, i shall now explain to you why.
when cities first started being built people had to either crap in their villages or take a walk. once cities started getting bigger the walk became
longer and longer. eventually it was realized that going to the woods to crap just wasn't an option anymore. now we have public toilets and along
with it we have the need to clean it up.
someone has to clean it up eventually. it becomes a family affair and this seperates society from the people that are willing to do it and people that
now we're looking at several different classes. we have blacksmiths, leatherworkers, farmers/hunters, soldiers, and clergy. the people that clean up
the scum are now the lowest on the list and everyone bases their position on the social ladder in comparison to them.
as it turned out, the clergy won and went on to become politicians. i guess the blacksmiths just didn't network as good as the clergy. who knows. so
now we are left with the politicians that know the people willing to clean up the scum could be just as useful as any other person but they will never
tell them that. at this point it is held as an unspoken and sacred secret to never let the scum realize that they got the short end of the stick.
so what do the politicians do? do they compromise and try to make it up to them? no of course not. they start lying about everything and make it seem
like a noble and honorable deed that only the scum can do.
fast forward until you see american idol adverstised on a bus and voila.