Tuesday, August 23, 2016


ISIS is not a government, but it's waging war as if it was one.

Trump is not a politician, but he is running for office as if he was one.

Are labels becoming passé?   Does the possibility of  lack of their applicability suggest a loosening of strictures and expectations? If so, could this be a good thing?  Clearly, it's not, in these two cases, but could it be?


RozWarren said...

Apparently, fantasy is now reality.

Hopefully I'll wake up tomorrow and learn that this has all been a dream.

Cerulean Bill said...

Its an environment where its possible to act as a government without actually being one. I expect to see local neighborhood organizations set up their own police forces soon, and toll roads. Oh wait, the police thing has already happened.