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Why do people choose to be a part of the problem instead of the solution?

We don’t want it, we don’t like it, but we accept it and play along… Politics: We all recognize the corruption and hate it, but while it’s in our power to unite and vote for change we just continue to let things go as they are. Corporations: We all hate corporate politics and life but continue to let the managers and executives hold sway over us. We could unite to effect a change. Economy: Consumers could control pricing in every market simply by boycotting, refusing to pay excessive rates, and driving home a message to greedy capitalists that they need to give us what we want or else close shop. Instead we accept the high rates and low service.

Asked By: chimera - 5/16/2006
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More fun to be the problem. Solutions take too much work. More money to be the problem. You need that gas. You gonna walk or ride your bicycle 20 miles to work or even two miles. You gonna stop eating out and take the time to cook... More
Answered By: Mr. Know it All - 5/16/2006
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Because it is human nature to keep others beneath us. So even if we don't like it we seldom find ourselves being a part of it because we'd rather see the other doing bad rather than doing good.
Answered By: Mrs Thang - 5/16/2006
 
His rivelry started when I took over the charge as a manager? Usually you listen these types of remarks. People oppose when they think that they are bipassing. Every one has right of oppose anyone. This negative attitude is called "problem creator" Doing negative things is easier than positive. let them do their... More
Answered By: hyderali_baig - 5/16/2006
 
There are governments that control pricing and wages to make things fair. Most of us don't like to be controlled. We all want to enjoy what we work for. 'Greedy capitalists' make us believe we will be happy having what they sell, living as they want us to live so they can live better. Stand up for yourself, be an... More
Answered By: katbrev - 5/16/2006
 
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