By John F. Di Leo -
When faced with a choice between different politicians at election time, our natural instinct is to ask “Which one will let me do what I want to do?”
It’s natural. Sure, it may seem selfish, single-minded, narrow. But it’s natural.
We have only one vote, so we think of our own lives, and the possible ways that the candidates might want to control our lives, and we think about what we personally like to do, and so we study the candidates to see which ones seem most open-minded about “allowing” us our freedom, vs. which ones want to take it away...