Sunday, May 18, 2014

Lying Lester's Deep Thoughts & Stuff #1

I've been thinking... or perhaps more accurately stated I've been trying to think above the noise of the thoughtless idiots on the lEft as well as those on the rIght (but mostly on the lEft).

With the exception of exceptional individuals like Lying Lester, does anyone actually think ENTIRELY for themselves? Or do most wait to test which way the wind is blowing on any given day, week, month, or year?

After years of blogging (both here and on my other site, rAtional nAtion uSA), visiting conservative, moderate, and lIberal sites - it seem most follow the blast of some unseen fog horn announcing the proper and correct path all good sheeples should follow. Without question. I should know, being a superior individual who can see the truth where others cannot.

For many this works. After all it IS the easy path. Letting others decide what the proper and reasonable path to liberty and happiness is. Just believe and ye shall be rewarded with eternal blissful happiness.

After all, isn't everyone too busy trying to earn a living, assuming of course they have been able to find employment, to concern themselves with the often intangibles of what exactly the sTate's role in their life ought to be?

Or, sometimes what the role ought NOT to be?

lIberal pRogressives and rEpublicans alike, sTatists both in their own unique way claim to have the answers to what ails American society and it's economy. However, there is little truth to be found from either side. Except the rEpublican side, who at least knows taxes on the wealthy should be kept low. But it is undoubtedly true that neither has the complete answer to anything.

Yet both sides CHOOSE to remain deaf, dumb, or ignorant of the possibility the synergy created by the fine art of honest negotiated compromise just might {and most probably will} render the best and most workable solution for the nation.

That compromise? Getting more Libertarian, shrinking government, and allowing the wealthy to rule by default instead of The People via their elected representatives. But, I guess pride gets in the way sometimes and clouds better judgement.

It has been said the more things change the more they stay the same. Can anyone in good conscience disagree that the worthy goal of concentrating wealth at the top could be more easily attained if only more people were hip to the timeless wizzdumb of Ayn Rand? Or at least fooled into accepting it as Timeless Wisdom? Methinks not. But, then again, we can't all be genusisus (or complete fools) like Lying Lester (who is both}.

Byline: This entirely-thought-out-by-himself commentary was written by Lord Lying Lester: Man of Reason (AKA Lester Nation). Purveyor of deep thoughts & timeless wizzdumb. LLIN-058.

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