17
Aug
15

America the oligarchy: Cheating for the rich


Ever since I was a kid, I hated the idea of cheating. I didn’t like cheating because cheating made competition null and void. When someone cheated, they were usually a bully type of person. I suspect that’s the same today. People who are really highly competitive, and love to grind down opponents tend to want to cheat. They take drugs, anabolic steroids for one, that make them stronger, leader and meaner. When I see people cheating, I want to mess them up. I want them to feel pain for their cheating. I want to see righteousness not corruption. It still makes me angry even though I’m much older now.

So where people cheating around you? What are they doing that makes you feel cheated. What part of life’s game are they playing and breaking rules. Well for one those who have money and influence over political figures often get privileges in their tax structure, and in other ways that lets them become richer while the rest of us are poorer. That makes me angry.

It also makes me angry about how many of these sports figures are being caught cheating. Make the Barry Bonds a baseball and Roger Clemens. They cheated and they perform better than everyone else around them. For many in America that’s the idea: do whatever it takes to be on top.

That makes me angry about politics too. When people have name recognition: such as the Bush and Clinton families. What are we living in, a land of monarchy or democracy? Either way, supporting Bush and Clinton is like supporting oligarchy. The only person I’ve heard mention anything about this is Donald Trump. He seems like a clown most of the time to me, but a lease he understands that rich people are controlling the election. And him being a rich person, doesn’t that make him part of the oligarchy?

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