It’s All About Consequences

We have been thrown into a world that is going under. And suddenly it strikes me what all of the issues we face have in common: Consequences.

Freedom is inevitably tied to consequences. Decisions are tied to consequences. Choices are tied to consequences. And what we see today is that everyone wants freedom, make decisions and choose what they want without consequences.

But the consequences are not going away.

You cannot take away the weapons from law-abiding citizens and not suffer the consequences of thugs and thieves exploiting this opportunity.

You cannot defund the police and then be shocked when the consequence is more assault and criminal activity.

You cannot cheapen life by pushing abortion for free and at any time and not suffer the consequence of a lack of respect for life.

You cannot choose to change your gender when born a male and then compete against females without consequences. The other female athletes will suffer the consequences from your decision.

You cannot choose to halt energy production and not suffer the consequences of higher fuel prices and shortages.

You cannot choose to have all of your drugs produced outside of your nation and then suffer the consequences when that nation invades Taiwan(coming soon).

You cannot tell automakers that they must build vehicles that achieve an insane MPG average and not suffer the consequences of a sudden drop in demand as the vehicles underperform.

You cannot print money, borrow money and run the debt up to astronomical levels and nut suffer the consequences when rates rise and the purchasing power of your currency collapses.

The consequences are coming. They will demand tough choices are made. And if you elected individuals based on their liberalism, skin color or sex, there will be consequences for not electing the most qualified and fit individuals for those positions.

You should be prepared to suffer the consequences.

Every choice has consequences. So think before you choose. Or suffer the consequences for the poor choices.

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