Why Politics is like Taco Bell (Uneducated Economist)

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let me tell you why i don’t follow
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politics is because i feel politics is a
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lot like going to taco bell have you
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ever noticed when you go into taco bell
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that everything is exactly the same
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it’s like the same meat cheese
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you know ingredients going into it it’s
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just what kind of wrapper does it come
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in i mean do you want a soft or crunchy
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with or without sour cream i mean there
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is no difference between the different
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ingredients that go into it it’s just
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how they’re going to wrap this thing up
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and hand it to you politics is very this
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is almost exactly the same way it’s like
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taco bell politics it doesn’t matter
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what you order you’re gonna get the same
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thing no matter what do you want a soft
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taco or do you want a spicy burrito i
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mean it’s just like what difference does
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it really make when the ingredients are
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the same and that’s the way i feel like
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politics is presented to you on the on
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how you choose to want to want it like
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you may not like burritos you like tacos
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so you get you know you get tacos
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instead but it’s going to be the same
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thing on the inside

What’s the most moving thing you’ve seen or heard today?

I was browsing the internet when I came over this interesting photo. This is a snake that has killed itself by trying to strangle a saw.

Story behind it? This snake accidently cut itself when it encountered the saw. The snake got angry, so it tried to fight back by strangling the saw, which, of course, eventually resulted in its death.

This story has a moral: don’t be vengeful to others because doing so will only result in pain brought to yourself.