Over the next year, should Ron Paul’s campaign continue to gain momentum, you’re going to be called on to be a fool over and over and over.
The dismantling of America’s regulatory system and the dramatic
decrease in our government’s bureaucracy, Paul proposes, would be an
unmitigated disaster up and down the line. The tragic collapse in July
of a Minnesota bridge and its subsequent investigation proved that many
areas of America require more oversight and funding, not less.
Do you see it? If not, you better watch out. Whether the fool of the puppets on the left or of those on the right, the essential remains.
Here’s a bit of a hint: suppose you’re an employer, and one of your expensive, high paid employees continually screws up. Would you say that to fire that person would be an unmitigated disaster, and what you need to do, instead, is to give them a raise and increase their departmental budget?
If you were to say ‘yes,’ then that is precisely how much a fool you’d be if you swallowed Andrew Vickers’ tripe, and how much of a fool you’ll be as you swallow the thousand varriations on the same theme coming soon to an editorial near you. You can’t fix or rehabilitate worthless — hell: destructive — any more than you can fix stupid. It remains to be seen if there’s any hope of fixing foolish.