Here’s an important study: Empathy loss: Tylenol makes you care less about other people's pain. Normally my first question would be “who funded this study?” however in this case I think it’s pretty obvious that it was the Motrin/Advil cabal.
It’s a classic case of an explanation in search of a problem -and they’ve found one: Americans just aren’t as empathetic as they used to be. Of course once the problem was isolated, research dollars could be allocated to researching the cause: why are so many Americans today incapable of identifying with the pain and shutruggles of their fellow Americans?
I can think of a plethora of reasons for Americans’ shrinking empathy gene - and none of them have anything to do with acetaminophen, ibuprofen or aspirin. Here’s my short list:
- BLM/WLD (black lives matter butt white lives don’t)
- Undocumented illegal aliens sucking up tax payer funded benefits they’re not eligible for and bitching about it.
- Muslims demands that America accommodate them rather than them assimilating to our customs.
- Feminnazis, who think all men should die, especially white men:
- Gays, who demand we recognize their life style as normal.
I said: bake me a cake, Christian! Because your freedom of religion stops where my demands begin.
- Transgenders, who demand we accommodate their confusion as it, too, is just another notch on the “normal” spectrum.
- Snowflakes who need safe spaces to protect them from being offended by everything from Halloween costumes to ‘chalkings”
I’m sure you can think of many other contributing factors to America’s declining empathy. My prescription: take 2 painkillers of your choice and don’t bother to call. I don’t care.
Cross-Posted on Patriot Action Network