4 differences between common sense and politics!
1. Selective Enforcement of Rights, etc.: How often do we observe hypocritical behavior, rhetoric and messages, by those we elect, supposedly, to serve and represent our best interests? When prioritizing party politics and a political/personal and/or self-interest agenda, rather than evaluating issues and processes on their merits, we all lose! For example, why are the many who are constantly demanding their 2nd Amendment Rights, while minimizing many of the rights and freedoms of others that they are protecting by constitutional guarantees, etc? Why do many of these individuals support a proposal when their Party is in control, but refuse to do so, when they believe there is any possibility of politically, of helping, of an adversary, etc?
2. Why is there, of course, no gun security control?: Although the 2nd Amendment actually refers to the rights of states to arm themselves, to have a State Militia, many claim, it gives them the right to wield guns and carry a weapon! Since then, the weapons that existed when the Founding Fathers created this protection, only fired one shot, and took about 2 minutes to recharge, whereas today, many weapons carry multiple cartridges and, allow the user, to shoot, multiple times, in a shorter period! If, after all the incidents and shootings, they still don’t create a sane policy to protect the greater good, that demonstrates a significant difference between common sense and politics!
3. Pros and Cons of Immigration Policies: For a nation founded and developed by immigrants from many other nations, some politicians, believing in blaming and complaining about immigration, inspire their supporters/core, and refuse to if you develop, well – considered, fair, impartial immigration policies that protect the real best interests of the greater good!
4. Ramifications of Climate Change, versus, economics: Scientists and experts clearly warn us of the dangers, in the future, of Climate Change, and the need to address the carbon footprint and potential harm in a relevant and sustainable way. ! Some politicians deny science and claim that it hurts us economically by creating a more sustainable approach!