In the Loop with Andy Andrews

On this week’s episode, I finish up last week’s discussion on how to decide who to vote for in this year’s election.

 

When we vote, we generally vote based on two things:

  • Perceived integrity.
  • Economics

 

Integrity doesn’t really mean anything.

  • Integrity means “capable.”
  • What we should vote on is character.

 

People say, “I want a moral person,” but morality can be defined as simply not doing anything wrong.

  • You can lie in bed all day and be moral.
  • Your kid can come home from school and say, “Everyone was picking on John today, but I didn’t do it.”
  • It takes character to step up and say to those bullies, “You are not going to do this anymore.”

 

You can walk through a forest and tell what kind of trees are above you without having to look up.

  • The leaves on the ground can tell you the kind of tree, if it’s healthy, and what time of the year it is.
  • People drop leaves, too.

 

Tune in to hear the two ways your money can be taken from you, and why “third-party purchases” are less invested in quality and price.

 

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Direct download: ITL229.mp3
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