If you think about it, it's overwhelming, the whole everything-is-a-crisis mindset. At least it is for people like me, who have to gather an inordinate amount of data before making any decision. It takes me six months to buy a car.
On the other hand, I do trust my gut when it comes to certain things, so I've decided to take a shot at applying my gut instincts to some big topics to see if I can pare down my personal list of big issue whelms.
No. You don't give wine to a wino.
Yes. Finish what you start.
Yes and no. Clean up after yourself. I'm not your mother.
National Health care?
No. You take care of your personal business and I'll take care of mine. Thanks anyway.
Yes! Oh wait. I was thinking gun "safety", which should be required training ... for everyone.
No. Okay, maybe if it's the result of a sexual assault. But stop using the phrase "unwanted pregnancy" ... somebody involved wanted something!
No. The sex is different, the building a family is different ... only the economics are similar to traditional marriage, so 'celebrate your differentness' and be 'spiritually contracted' or some such and leave the traditional stuff to people who respect traditions.
Simple ... lower taxes, cut government programs, de-regulate and stand back.
Yes. More please, and thank you.
Iran? North Korea? Russia?
Two words ... military preparedness.
Poverty and oppression in third world countries?
Compassion, yes. Naivete, no.
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