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Seeds of discontent ripen and bloom

OPINION: Voters are deserting the established political order in droves. Many are fatiqued by the constant change, and believe they are bearing the brunt of it.

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Very Interesting and Fatigue is truly around with a smaller and smaller group of people earning the money for others to tax but to which the taxers never contribute to the fund pot and are only interested in drawing from it. It is seen at Kings park with all the disability parking lots and service functions accesses. While the workers and the Healthy are forced to walk miles to get to a function or work - The disabled park right up close and their bays are not even to be used when they are empty. Even more-so the officious bureaucracy [whose pay comes from the taxpayer pot] will whack a heavy fine officiously and without any reasonableness. Also and greater issue is the total lack of appreciation from the disabled and the officials for what the abled do provide to them - The benefits they get appear to be seen by the disabled and the officious as an "Entitlement"

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