Okay, here we go, a civil war between the genders. I’ve been quite vocal about my “pro-female” stance on many issues, as is reflected in a number of other articles I’ve written, but that stance is tempered by sanity and grounded rationality. When I hear comments blaming all the woes of the world on men, I lose the ability to take whatever comes next seriously.
The article I wrote here is satirical, is tagged as satirical, and is published on a satire publication along with articles about banning abortion to support the private prison industry, and Julian Assange’s cat betraying him with embassy officials.
Regarding the more grounded aspects of this article; I never said the words “walk away” or “blow it up.” Clearly, the article claims that America already exists without a functional capital, and yet it’s still around, so perhaps it’s not as important as everyone seems to think. Letting go of political concern is certainly not the same as walking away from civic duty or engagement. This is a bit like the message from Game of Thrones, where everyone was exhausted by the centuries-old and bloody power struggle, and so they finally said: “put that peaceful guy who doesn’t want to be King in charge.”
Regarding the “lazy” part, this article was about a citizen reading the entire Meuller report. Should that citizen remain quiet about their sentiment if they do not have an answer regarding a future system? Should a patient not complain about the pain in their abdomen if they do not know how to cure it? This part regarding the federal system was less satirical and actually semi-quoted a D.C. veteran; Rahm Emanual. Washington is broken, the federal system is beyond repair and needs to be replaced. With what you ask? Well, perhaps that will be a topic in a future article.