posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 12:55 PM
reply to post by solomons path
Okay Mr. Neutral, I don’t believe in nothing, guy, what’s your solution?
Sounds like all analytical rhetoric to me.
The solution is to not fall for their psychological ploys, such as simply engaging in dangerous rhetoric (anarchist, terrorist, extremist, et. al.).
The solution is to start demanding they stop acting like petulant children throwing a temper tantrums and do what they are supposed to do, which is
negotiate with each other (you know that whole diplomacy thing that politicians are supposed to be good at?). The solution is to demand they start
making financially sound decisions, just as you would have to if you drove yourself into financial dire straits. Demand they stop enriching their
corporate sponsors, lining their own pockets, and driving us further in debt, while stripping the wealth of this nation and it's citizens.
Or you could keep being a misled pawn, who acts smug about it to boot, and continue playing their silly media games.
Tell me what would your credit rating look like if you found yourself trillions of dollars in debt and instead of cutting out your bad behaviors, not
only continued, but expanded them. Would it be AAA? This whole thing has nothing to do with empathy, compassion, healthcare, etc. It's about
financial responsibility. You've fallen for petty emotional rhetoric.
(BTW - nice attempt a condescending strawman characterization of a person (me) you don't know . . . seems they've taught you their tricks