Jose Franco I Self Anointed Public Intellectual
- April 15, 2021
-- I'm hoping most US voters haven't become jaded and their minds aren't impenetrable or rigid. Regardless if you blame Barack Obama, a local politician or Donald Trump's behavior for disillusioning your version of the "American Dream", I believe we all possess a superpower, a capacity to give people something we can be sure they fundamentally require, founded on a primordial and basic insight into human nature: that all of us are in deep need of reassurance. How do we bring attention to the things we don't think we're bad at and simultaneously help all other voters in the United States work through their unconscious resistance?
Roll up your sleeves folks! What I'm suggesting involves a great deal of introspection and even then, it's an extremely difficult job. One doesn't usually have proper insight into ones own emotional makeup. Most of us spend our time trying to rationalize our behavior as a result of our lack of self awareness. If this sounds like you, you are not alone. One has to be selfless and egoless to give perfect political guidance as to where to draw the line since it exposes your preferences and biases. On occasions lines are drawn, voters would probably draw lines in different places. But as soon as you admit that the extreme is not possible, and that a line has to be drawn, you are, on your own argument, done for since you are trying to persuade voters that as soon as one moves an inch in the planned direction you are necessarily launched on the slippery path which will lead you in due course over the political cliff. These are 6 things you can do if you're fed up with US politics. Continue reading.............. https://patch.com/new-york/parkslope/6-things-do-if-youre...