I am an avid reader of letters to editors of papers, magazines, blogs, etc. It never ceases to amaze me how blind most people are. In a recent letter to my local paper a man wrote in exclaiming how narcissistic President Trump is. I agree.

He is almost as narcissistic as our former President. And the one before that. And the one to come. Presidents have to be narissistic to think they are worthy of leading a nation of 300 million diverse people.

In fact all politicians are narcissists. Any person who thinks he or she knows better how to run our lives than we know ourselves is a narcissist. There is no doubt in my mind. No one knows what is best for me except me. No one knows what is best for you. Only you. Nothing I do should ever be regulated or controlled by a politician unless I am hurting someone else through force or fraud. Same for you.

A wise man once said, “Good men do not need the law. Bad men won’t obey it.” So any time you hear someone say, “There outa be a law…”, tell them we don’t need any more laws. We have too many the way it is. If the good people of the world do not need law, then we do not need politicians.

In another letter in my local paper on the same day as the above mentioned, a man laments the fact that Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin has never had a real job that was not paid for by the taxpayers. The same can be said of our former President and many other national, state, and local politicians. And the same can be said of anyone that works at a government taxpayer funded job at any level.

Bureaucrats and Politicians. How many is too many? We hit the limit a long time ago!

 

 

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