Thursday, July 7, 2016

Corruption and Rebellion

I hear the sound of
Marching, charging feet, boy
--The Rolling Stones

Judge Nap essentially recounts points made here yesterday. He repeatedly questions why we tolerate this type of corrupt behavior? He's being rhetorical, of course, as we know apathy and partisanship play big roles.

However, I also sense that, slowly, people are becoming less tolerant of government officials being above the law. As liberty preference of more individuals gets compromised, then those people are more prone to wake up and push back.

As corruption grows, so does potential for rebellion.

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