Her standards appear to be designed at being as politically good as a man. We need to raise the bar and elect a woman with higher standards.
Dark humor has its merit! I don't necessarily know what that merit is, unless it is simply great material for politically energized cartoons. Perhaps the message is about the importance of education in executing white collar crime to blue collar victims.
If we have a shut down, I guess we no longer need to pay taxes as there will no longer be a government to support. And we won't have anything to pay with ... as money will cease to exist. Hmm, bartering might work ... anyone have a father in law they might want to trade for mine? He's really productive when he's sober!
Does anyone remember as governor of TN ... the joke about the people passing an entertainment tax in exchange for removing tax from food?
Finland's educational system is designed to stimulate brain cells ... The U.S. educational system is designed to stimulate wallets. Physical education is a priority in Finland. 75 minutes of recess time in Finnish schools vs 27 minutes in US schools. The relationship to this article may very well be significant!
Perhaps we could reduce the violent crimes by instigating some more punishing laws. If one, on their first offense of any crime that carries a probationary period, an individual was required to stand in one place for 12 hours without sitting down and on a repeat violation ... 3 days of the same and if there is a third violation 30 days, the mind might start getting the idea that the consequences are greater than the bendfits. Unfortunately we've civil liberties unions that now apply to nothing less than condoning and protecting the criminal. We might then not need as many institutions or have as many crimes.
Death is not a punishment it just speeds up the inevitable.
That's a new educational approach to teaching the ABC's!
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