Choosing evil isn't wise. It's just choosing evil, and pretending it's wise because the alternative is too terrible to contemplate: we let people suffer and die for our own convenience and are complicit in our own eventual yet inevitable destruction.@DougJBalloon You have the power to choose evil. Which evil doesn't matter to the victims, only to the chooser.— Susan Texas (@SusanofTexas) March 20, 2016
Sunday, March 20, 2016
Posted by Susan of Texas at 12:19 PM
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If it was just the lesser evil, it'd be a more convincing argument.
The way I see things, it's the left and right side of the Overton window, working in convert to make sure things can't get better for most of us. And they're well-paid for it.
I hear that people who consume a lot of rich, expensive foods such as beef and wine ruin their bodies for old age. I'll try to let that comfort me.
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