What is the Logical Conclusion?

Doug Mataconis on why Ron Paul cannot be President:

It’s not because there’s anything wrong with him. It’s because there is too much wrong with the system.

Well, if not now, when? If not Ron Paul, who? Is the system really so broken that it can’t be fixed by anyone? If so, what is the next logical step?

Let me put it another way…
What would you do with your refrigerator if it was broken beyond repair? Would you continue to put beer and steaks in it, or would you find it necessary to get a new one?

For the record, I don’t think the system is broken beyond repair. But if the general consensus is that it is irreparable and there aren’t enough people who believe it can be salvaged, then maybe it can’t.

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The problem is that as long as that fridge has cold beer and steaks in it, at no “apparent” cost to them, then they’ll never check to see if the fridge is “plugged-in”.

Eventually the beer will get warm and the food will go bad…kind of how they serve it in Europe.

Eventually the beer will get warm and the food will go bad…kind of how they serve it in Europe.

Pure genius. I wish I’d thought of that line.

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