This morning I’m thinking some people hate to be free. At some level they feel disconnected and decide that’s the way to be. They reject and resist all who would tell them that social is what we are meant to be. And hate what they cannot be. It’s akin to declaring the out of reach grapes sour.
This may even account for the disdain for knowledge, which is so prevalent in the U.S. People hate what they cannot comprehend.
Why do we have so many of these people in the U.S? Poor maternal and pre-natal health care may account for some. Abusive parenting for some more. Certainly, our antagonistic racist bretheren have reason to be jealous. Society does not even care enough about them to put them in prison and provide them with basic medical attention.
That’s what the people in this video are telling us and what Alexandra Pelosi is showing us.
Hatin’ on the gov’mint makes them feel important. Hate, like failure, becomes habitual and familiar. Habit and family are constants. Change is not welcome. Could, would and should are good because they are not present