Barry Germansky: “The [Ron and Rand] Pauls don’t understand this [that different sectors of society are not related enough to be organized under the same general set of rules] because simply put: anything that’s not economics doesn’t interest them.”
Henry Moore: This is very much within the Pauls understanding. And while I know you wanted it ‘simply put’, you would have served your purpose on a higher level if you had said, ‘anything that interests them, they try to tie into economics’, which is certainly the case. Having said, instead, that ‘anything that’s not economics doesn’t interest them’ you have actually portrayed them as two men that stick to that sector and delve into no other because it does not interest them, which, if having been the case, would have precluded you from preaching the merits of ‘sector specific terminology’. No video would need to have been made. You could have simply just attacked the Constitution and what it really says without bringing on the ire of the Paulites.