The Blame Game


The blame game never works. It didn’t work when you were a kid, “Mom, he did it!”; “I didn’t do it, she did!” It doesn’t work in the business world. And it doesn’t work in the political world – contrary to the opinions of many politicans and bureaucrats.

It is this continuous game of blame that is contributing to the ruining our country within and making America look like fools around the world. I’m very tired of it and I know others are, too. Blaming others never works and only makes problems worse.

The blame game is played out in politics everyday – from local and state government in Georgia and other states to the U.S. and international affairs. It’s an epidemic. And the politicians who practice the blame game should stop.

Things go wrong sometimes. Best-laid plans sometimes fail. That’s life. Instead of blaming others and outside forces, we should look around and find out what went wrong. Find out what caused it. Is it because we made some wrong or inappropriate decisions, did not put in adequate effort or allowed some kind of complacency? Blaming others accomplishes nothing. This is taught at an early age … it ain’t brain surgery.

Politicians must realize that success cannot be achieved if there is continuous conflict. And all of them, especially the Republicans and Democrats, seem to always be in conflict. People don’t like it and the blame game is ruining this country.

Failure and disappointments are indications there are some elements that are demanding correction and improvement. If we can identify the cause, we are likely to put a permanent end to the troubling factor. This is the road to success, to overall perfection and improvement, to happiness and prosperity. If politicians would look in the mirror for possible causes of failures and disappointments and stop blaming others, they would likely make the people they represent a lot happier. And they’d definitely make the world a better place to live. It ain’t brain surgery.

Richard

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