Setting a car engine aflame may not repair it. For a less common but more frequent curious attempt to improve operating conditions, take money from earners to increase prosperity. Nobody is more careful with funds than politicians who appropriate them as a matter of righteousness on behalf of the proletariat.
Despising who created wealth means a chance to appreciate life. Targets of enmity are sure to keep toiling to fund giveaways in which they involuntarily participate. I’m certain limitless joy will follow overflowing riches.
Consequences of meddling are known beforehand to everyone but initiators. Turning struggles into agonies is how some aspiring saviors try to make us appreciate the way everyday problems aren’t so bad by comparison.
Interdictions into trade are tempting because they make life seem easy, which is why preposterous notions remain stubbornly appealing even though they fail every time. The next four freaking trillion in spending will finally initiate prosperous efficiency.
So many people are hungry, notes the compassionate entity that mucked up their lives so they can’t earn enough to buy Save-A-Lot knockoff Pop-Tarts. The Joe Biden food stamp expansion aids those woeful souls who aren’t blessed enough to win elections. Someone who’s never created value thinks others are similarly unable. He’d be surprised to learn who lacks empathy.
Incentivize not working and act surprised when there are no employees to be found. It’s a shame that compassion signalers can’t learn any lessons, much less why everyone else begs them to stop. Anyone equipped with entrepreneurial spirit would be able to use the knowledge for good if they used them at a business to attract employees and customers. Instead, they’ll drag innocent people along with them to Bizarro shortages where we pay fortunes for nothing.
Draining the economy will fill it. Where is your faith? Only your stubbornly myopic devotion to worldly understanding keeps you from grasping how the level rises as it sinks. Belief without evidence is central to every religion. Zealots who face Washington while praying will not be rewarded with prosperity or spiritual fulfillment, but that’s just because they don’t adhere strongly enough.
Government creates if creates means takes. The insatiable brute doesn’t just mug those who made it or anything. And workers compensated for providing a service certainly would never spend or hire people. The subversive notion that participants can make the economy run without aggressive management appalls those who know better than everyone else. More people need help as a result of their helping. It’s self-sustaining in the wrong way.
The fantasy of mandating an alleged living wage is very popular amongst those who don’t offer anything to earn one. Political science degrees are valuable to recipients only. They were expensive, after all. I can’t wait to hear what labor geniuses determine is the next proper rate for entry-level work. Anyone who announces workers don’t receive enough is free to patronize places that pay exorbitant sums. Overpaying is bound to help stressed restaurants continue to serve.
A negotiation between how much workers can get, what the skill is worth, and how much customers will pay ensures something approaching fairness for all. By contrast, a new hire might not generate enough value to justify a big hourly rate floor, which means the hiring never happens. Take note of what’s prevented.
A phony living wage makes actual costs higher. Everything purchased really sets you back as a result of ballooning payroll. The irony remains unappreciated by those who think they can defy interactions. Those they harm with aid won’t be able to rue as figuratively as they struggle thanks to getting more in one literal sense.
There’s nothing compassionate like using health care and not being billed for it. Wait: “like” should be “about”. It seems oh so loving to not bill for treatment until the part where doctors want to be compensated. Next, eateries should be criminalized if they exploit hunger by charging humans for the energy they must consume. Those whose greatest sickness is sanctimony about compensation for services use never think to donate their own resources to assisting the truly needy. Just take them from someone richer.
Use whatever’s available without concern to learn about just why we sell things. Anyone attempting to circumvent natural limits finds very quickly that supply and demand also apply to health care. The fact this particular service is used to keep people alive and healthy makes the importance of market negotiation even more crucial.
Those who still believe despite it all that laws keep prices down will also be surprised to learn that health costs can only be restrained by shopping for prices and qualities, not by Doctor President proclaiming treatment should be cheaper.
Irrational policies cause rationing. Good goods become scarce instead of bad ides. Hospitals perform surgeries where market forces are amputated from costs, and for some reason the patient looks sickly. Not seeing what’s about to happen is the worst part of their diagnosis. Predicting the future is easy for calm thinkers watching panicky messianic dolts trying to fix everything. Some sicknesses are regrettably predictable.
Causing the problems they claim to fight means liberals truly do have an impact on the world. I know they’re deeply into pretending their personal impact benefits the world at large, so they’ll be delighted. Creating new struggles means they can continue demanding a chance to repair society.