Comedian Adam Carolla is sometimes regarded as conservative. In reality, the comedian is just committed to rational thinking, straight-talk and common sense.
Actually… It seems that Mr. Carolla is a conservative…
In any case, Carolla’s recent appearance on Dennis Prager’s “Prager University” is perhaps the most-stunningly straightforward explanation of what has happened to American society to cause us to shift from a “can-do” society to a “gimme, gimme” society.
Carolla, from the beginning of the video, is clear in that he refuses to tell people who to vote for. He does, however, have some words of wisdom to discern who not to vote for. He lays-out a brilliant argument for divining what candidate best-fits your belief systems and the American way.
Noting that daytime television used to be filled with lengthy commercials stressing courses to learn how to be a paralegal, a receptionist or a truck driver, Carolla laments that daytime television now is filled with commercials dedicated to wrongful termination lawsuits and slip-and-fall injury torts.
In this illustration we see that those who are home on a Tuesday at noon are now more-interested in gaming the system than finding honest work.
Using this and other commonsense illustrations, Carolla explains that more important than any one candidate is the reformation of a broken cultural and political system that rewards sloth and punishes success.
“Fixing your screwed-up life is not the government’s job,” Carolla bluntly states. “And by the way, when does the government do a good job with fixing anything?…”
Forget arguments on who to vote for; let’s discuss who not to vote for…