I believe there exists a true desire legislate a better world, but it's not possible to fully circumvent the fallen nature of man. Origins, roots, the genesis of things; they matter. The need for governance clearly demonstrates the curse and fallen nature of mankind. Moral relativity is a cause of blindness, not the cure. There is far too much at stake to lose grasp of objective reality. If your progressive ideology is wrong, all is lost. And that's a hellova price to pay for being stylish.

@Clayrjr I like everything you said. I would add one thing that I heard Joe Getty of A&G radio Show: a centralized controller cannot think as accurately and correctly as a bunch of individual people doing the best for their own situations. I compare it to a massively parallel supercomputer in the real world compared to one little inbred poorly situated central computer in a fake fantasy delusional place trying to partially guess what is partially good enough for some partial goals.


Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry, calling 'em as he sees 'em!

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