What The Hell Is Andrew Yang Doing?
The failed Democrat is helping to destroy democracy while pretending to save it.
Otto von Bismarck once remarked that “if you like laws and sausages, you should never watch either one being made.”
If a law is like sausages, then democracy is the ‘Salama da sugo’ of sausages. Salama da sugo is a pre-Renaissance salami from the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy. It is made with finely minced pork neck, shoulder, belly, liver, and tongue, blended with various seasonings including salt, pepper, cloves, nutmeg, bay leaf, juniper, and cinnamon. It is doused with red wine, encased in pig’s bladder, then left to age for six to nine months in highly controlled conditions before it is ready to eat.
The layman sees a tasty luncheon meat to go with a cold beer. The food expert sees a highly complex delicacy created from select cuts of meat and carefully blended spices. The expert knows what wine it should be paired with, what food the pig was fed, how it was slaughtered, and is acutely aware of the enormous effort it took to butcher the carcass and strip the meat.
Democracy for laypeople
The average citizen sees democracy as a given — something that just exists and can’t be taken away, because, well, it is written down somewhere and there are laws.
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