You poor precious snowflake; you didn’t get your way so everyone needs
to run around like chicken little?
– William Shatner, Thu Nov 10 12:35:00 UTC 2016
Snowflakes melt down when they don’t get their way.
This election has been instructive on a number of levels. Most recently, I discovered that I live in a nation of cowards.
I have diabetes (or, as Wilford Brimley insists that it be called, “die-uh-bete-us”). It’s not bad, though I’ve had a couple of bad flare-ups in the last year. Enough so that when I went in to my GP a couple of weeks ago, she immediately flipped out.
Much to my surprise, I discovered that America actually has a health care problem.
I’ve known for years that health care was much too expensive, for reasons that are obvious to any non-Statist. What really surprised me is exactly how bad the health care problem is.
Its solution, of course, has nothing to do what the Statists in Washington and their sycophants the “free” press would have you believe.