One of the big differences I've noticed between "(the people who pretend to be)conservatives" and 'liberals:'
"(The people who pretend to be) conservatives" pay taxes, complain about not getting appropriate services for their investment, and come to the conclusion that the way to fix the problem is to pay less taxes. It's as if they just enjoy the crappy services.
'Liberals' pay taxes, complain about not getting appropriate services for their investment, and come to the conclusion that the people delivering the unacceptable services need to do their jobs better. Then we get called out for "whining" and "blaming" people who are doing crappy jobs.
Just an observation.
On the note of paying taxes and not recieving services, here's a modest proposal: New Orleanians and their 'liberal' allies will stop complaining about the federal government not maintaining the levees if and only if the Texans and their "(make believe) conservative" allies stop complaining about the federal government not maintaining the integrity of the United States' border with Mexico.
I mean, that's only fair, isn't it? Two locations, two federally maintained walls, neither of which hold back the thing the wall was created to keep out in the first place. We'll stop "whining" when you do, Houston. How about it?
(I didn't think so.)
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