We’re All Angry?

No, Speaker Ryan,

I respect your mind, but we are not all angry.

In fact, some of us think it is a somewhat pathological idea

to try to develop health and safety policies for others

out of anger and fear,

when we could choose motivations of cooperative love and peace.

I am sorry you are angry,

but please do not project  your concerns about lack of competitively viable outcomes

onto me,

and millions of others who believe that love is

and should be

stronger and healthier than anger and fear,

who know that pathological policy environments

are unlikely to evolve therapeutic regenerative resolutions

toward optimally healthy outcomes for you, or me, or Earth,

much less all three.


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