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I found humor in Larry Brickman’s recent letter with a combination of two Internet lists (“Conundrums and observations”).
Community Events, July 2014
Conservative ideology is based on protecting rich people from having to pay for the benefits they reap from government: peace at home, government contracts, stable markets, laws, infrastructure, an educated work force, research, potable water, public health, etc.
Regarding the recent letter about the Bellevue Essential's class, I do not want to pay city employees or big government for this inappropriate and conflict of interest situation to recruit future citizen leaders, molded or selected toward a certain bent.
We constantly see in the news where a driver, high on marijuana or under the influence of alcohol, hits a pedestrian or another car, killing someone. They are charged with driving under the influence or vehicular homicide. They get a few years in prison and then are free to live their lives.
The definition of the word "conundrum": Something that is puzzling or confusing. Here are six conundrums of socialism in the United States of America: