The frustrations that occur when Democrat policy or some other calamity leads to significant price adjustments is certainly natural. It doesn’t require much effort to deflect blame from the severe weather wrought by nature of politicians on the merchant and/or their suppliers for a “crime” of so-called “gauging.”
When the victims of natural or arranged circumstances face a $15 bottle of water of $10 gallon of gas as their only practical option, it’s all so very easy for the amplified voices of bureaucrats and politicians to convince them that they’re victims of the seller whom they believe owe them some big favor of incorrectly assessing an appropriate price.
January 31, 2021 Updated December 10, 2022 WarOnPress
While many on the left are celebrating the return to “normalcy” of a dog owning First Family, there’s an underlying irony lost on much of the general public that might focus more on symbols than substance.
History and current events both offer constant reminders of the wild cruelty that falls on the heels of our beloved family pets, and how the luxury of having sufficient excess to keep these majestic and loyal creatures happy, healthy, with full bellies, and generally safe.