Saturday, March 11, 2017


VDH diagnoses the problem with contemporary politicians.
The Bloomberg syndrome is a characteristic of contemporary government officials. When they are unwilling or unable to address pre-modern problems in their jurisdictions — crime, crumbling infrastructure, inadequate transportation — they compensate by posing as philosopher kings who cheaply lecture on existential challenges over which they have no control.
As I was thinking earlier today, for all the Americans who think the United States is the problem in the world, then you probably do not have very big problems.

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