Everyone misses when getting sick was a personal problem. People long for a glorious to return to the era when those infected would address their troubles themselves. Missing when illness was a personal issue not to be cruel, as the actual frightening outcome involves relying on others. Have you met them?
Such concern is especially prevalent when it involves humans you don’t choose. Cooperation by force of law will undoubtedly bring out the best in us, as seen in how aggravated and tense everyone’s been since early 2020. Anxious woe surely enhances prognoses.
Government hasn’t quite created trustworthiness after making life communal. At least it’s easy to understand why the honor system makes everyone poor. Private health care means getting what you want covered. The incentive to get healthy is never stronger than when consequences are personal. Knowing it’ll cost you is the precise aspect that keeps down prices. By contrast, billing the collective means being broke is just the start of feeling bad.
Some students never learn school’s most important lesson, namely that freeloaders adore group projects for a reason. Acting like every individual decision affects the pack uncannily conforms with statist theories. Arguments for cruelly denying care used to be only deployed to banish smokers and Big Mac aficionados. Now in the time of infection, sick calls to deny treatment based on shot status are as common as a shuttered restaurant.
Beating dissenters may not aid salubriousness. Seeing fans of mandatory cooperation threaten individualistic urges on behalf of communal interests makes one wonder how a personality could get that depleted. Those who curiously think the government will be efficient once it’s the only option can now justify their vicious dream of denying treatment because it’s on behalf of the infected group. The same creeps seem vaguely into eugenics, too. Why are people older than them consuming precious hive energy?
The preview of single-payer insurance should’ve made everyone puke. Everyone gets everything they need except for the everyone and everything part. As with all other Democrat-created shortages, the lack of basic items is used to teach you about what’s truly necessary. How many of your pettily selfish desires for material goods are wants? You should be happy without worldly items, which in this case includes surgery and insulin.
Take as much as you’d like except when supply and demand kicks in. Have we tried making motivation illegal? Economics should be arrested for defying laws. Don’t worry: we’ll make up for reality not complying with Congress by denying treatment to the vaccinated. Rights apparently only go so far.
Pointless inconveniences are infringements on their own terms and a sign of utter control. If wearing a mask at a baseball game kept everyone safe, we’d be past the virus by now. Quasi-legal mandates aren’t sensible on their own terms, which is precisely why they are such a big deal. Possessing such little faith in the vaccine sure is scientific. If the shot works, those who got it have nothing to fear.
Going unvaccinated is its own punishment. Luddite rubes who also don’t believe in refrigeration can cope with the results. The one thing that might motivate them is if they were billed for medical services used, even if it were cheaper on account of the same laws of economics that work everywhere else. Self-aggrandizing partisan militia members who vowed they’d never take the Trump vaccine try to lump shot-resisters into one political group.
As with all of liberalism, the presumption that only the ghastly dissent shows a bizarre commitment to open minds. Figuring everyone against them is a monster is on meth comes naturally to those who think their policies are the only thing saving humanity from mass death.
We’re pressured into joining together during the era of breathing illness just like during every other bit of liberal asininity. It now just happens to be about preventing a pandemic. But there’s always an excuse to grab rights and for why it’s failed. I blame Florida for wholesale shutdowns in more enlightened states not improving outlooks in any sense.
Wearing a mask shows you care, although not about evidence. Keep asking why other people are so selfish and never if what they’re demanding helps. A useless virtue signal is just like how they presume preposterous taxes make the economy purr.
Let those who are ignorant face consequences. That’s what the market has been indifferently demanding all along. Not getting a vaccine may be like taping bacon to your pants before venturing into Bear Forest. But then the foolish suffer the consequences. Stop shutting down life on their behalf. If the shot can’t protect you from those who abstain from getting it, then keep your receipt.
We’re all in this together, claim those you wish would separate. A statist dream just happens to correspond with endless contagious health panic. If it seems like they don’t want the illness to end despite stopping life to do so, then you finally understand why federal programs never shrink.
A shutdown that didn’t shut down the virus is one more case where communalism failed the community. Mandatory compliance was cited as a great triumph for American Juche during the virus time. But we endured the same horrid results they claim would’ve occurred if governors had let people live their lives.
Forced cooperating turns out like every other mandated initiative. Play Mad Liberal Mad Libs where lack of trillions on alleged infrastructure will be the reason the latest Democrat’s cash-shredding plan failed to induce widespread wealth. The hardest part is pretending they didn’t enjoy exploiting misery.
The dream of everyone caring for themselves is evil to those who project their unwillingness to care for themselves. Health schemers could’ve let those who refuse to take precautions suffer while an injection projects everyone else. But those who let arrestees out without cash bail say the risk to others is too strong.