I am half asleep and exhausted, so this would be a short meeting. I am tired of the "taker" class always assuming to be taken care of by the "provider class." I have realized that these societal patterns reflect basic individual behavior. I notice in my life that some people do not know how to take care of their own needs. For example, if one person runs out of cigarettes, he or she instinctively borrows/steals them from the next nearest person, either a roommate or boyfriend and girlfriend. That person then has to ask a coworker or friend to borrow a cigarette because they have now run out much earlier than they should have.
We'll call the first person, the irresponsible one, Patient Zero. Patient Zero probably ran out of cigarettes because he or she went to the club one too many times that week, way beyond the margin of responsibility. He or she spent all of their money and smoked all of their cigarettes, and after making the decision "cigs or rent" one too many times, realizes they now have to bum them from others until the next paycheck. Unfortunately, at every juncture, Patient Zero's irresponsible behavior has spiraled off, negatively impacting somebody at every turn. At the club, they probably needed somebody to buy them a drink. Everyone in that person's life is now affected by a chain reaction. Patient Zero probably had to borrow rent money from a relative since they spent too much of it out. The family member is now strapped for cash, setting off a chain reaction. Patient Zero was involved in a drunk driving incident so asked another friend to borrow their car to get to work and in the process got a fender bender, something the owner of the vehicle has managed to constantly avoid. Now the vehicle owner's life is in turmoil as they sacrifice time and money to get the car repaired.
If fucking irresponsible people, whether they be alcoholic lesbians, or Obama-voting liberals, keep asking us for handouts and entitlements due to their own irresponsibility, they set off a cultural ripple that hurts and imposes on thousands of people down the line.
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