#Shutdown: We’re Now Supposed to Sympathize with Fed Employee Gluttons

If anything, the present drama illustrates the glaring difference between two Americas: one where we all live by the rules of capitalism and the other where those rules don’t apply and those within it feel entitled to what most of us can’t even imagine.

And guess which America the media and punditry sympathizes with?

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Thought Of The Day

Taking the morning off to conduct some business at one of our fine governmental institutions and upon visiting one, a certain thought often comes to mind.

Have you noticed that upon entering, you’re often told by various means what you can’t bring in with you: food, drink, cell phones, lighters, etc.? We get wanded while lawyers and other exempted persons waltz on through security?

The very general public whose confiscated tax dollars pay the upkeep of the building, the salaries of the police officers, clerks, and other government personnel who could care if you even exist, are the ones routinely inconvenienced?