"The Ends Justify the Means"

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"The Ends Justify the Means"

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This really seems to be the fundamental difference between people - NOT race, NOT gender, NOT 'orientation', NOT income, NOT all the other things the Democrats use to divide-and-destroy.

They also seem to fetishize the 'balance' between self-interest and community, when in a good system of governance, the community is SERVED by the self-interested - https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/we-ha ... r-AA19It9s

They similarly think there is some sort of 'balance' between convenience of sportsmen 'versus' safe streets or a stable society; this is just as ridiculous.

I guess they took too-seriously the white-hat versus black-hat era of cowboy television movies - everything is viewed as some sort of dichotomy and there is no nuance. But then again, the Democrats and 'progressives' of today seem to enjoy living in some kind of isolated echochamber-bubble world that is more like Disney than reality.
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Re: "The Ends Justify the Means"

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Zero Sum Thinking.....

...kind of like 'the ends justify the means', this is another endemic thinking pattern of the left, particularly the urban 'educated' ones...

https://www.nber.org/system/files/worki ... w31688.pdf

https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets ... r-BB1kmR8h
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