Originally posted by michaelbrux
hope she packs a good lunch, as she'll be in those shadows for the remainder of her life.
everyone likes the government when it does exactly what they want it to do.
now it has to go. what a joke.
No, a lot of people have had a problem with the government for a long time. This isn't anything new. It's just reaching a tipping point for a lot of
people. Call it 2012 fever if you want. A lot of awareness has been risen since Occupy started protesting nearly a year ago.
When did anybody love the government? When has it last done what anyone wanted other than bankers and CEOs and billionaire? I believe she loved having
a good job, and thought she could make a difference. And is now realizing how bad it is.
Where is the joke in that? I really don't get that. Do you just love the current government or something? Or have you always loved the government?
Does it and has it always done what you wanted? I'm just really confused about your statement that people love it when it does what they want and now
it has to go and how big of a joke that is... It's almost as if you have some personal attachment to the current government that you didnt have with
previous governments, speaking from a psychological perspective.
Are you related in some way to someone working in the government? Or do you feel some sort of kinship with anybody in the government right now?
Someone you can relate to, and feel like they have gone through the same struggles you have, and so you just identify with them much more than any
other person you have seen who held that particular position in the government?
Sorry, your comment just kinda came out of left field and I don't know what to make of it...where's the joke? Who has always loved the government
before, but now for some reason feels it has to go?
Who are these people you speak of? You say "everybody" so I figure there must be a lot of them. At least, you must encounter a lot of them to describe
them as being "everybody". But even though you say everybody, I sense that, whoever these people are, you don't feel any sense of belonging to them,
because it seems like you see yourself as outside their group the way you scoff at what a joke their behavior seems to be to you.
I can't quite put my finger on it, but it just seems like you are talking about some "other" group of people of which you do not consider yourself a
part of... Hmm... Oh well. I'm sure it'll come to me eventually. Anyway, thanks for the thought provoking statements. Talk to ya later
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