Thanks To G. Edward Griffin For This Analogy
What if you and I were in a rubber raft out in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and all of a sudden we look over the edge and see little bubbles coming up. We look at one another silently thinking, oh, no, there’s a leak in the raft. We watch as the raft gets a little smaller and smaller and begins to sag. We’re getting lower and lower in the water and the bubbles just keep coming. What do we do? We look at the bubbles thinking oh this is not good. We just lie there and become apathetic because there’s nothing we can do.
Now, let’s change the picture.
Suppose the same circumstances exist only this time we look around and notice an air pump and a place to screw it into something. Now we’re different. We’ve got the air…
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