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As I sense the tone of senior concerns about economy and "safety," I can evaluate my own liking for a windmill with its economy and "safety." I point to the lack of windmills and utter that they are not children, mines, farms or educations. They are simply and just literally "windmills."
By now a windmill should be available to all free people as necessary, complete with bare- essentials system components. Were this the post WWII mandate rural America would be developed into a gentler society with its 45 mph speed limit, and less disparity between rich and poor. That the poor can now little afford to pay 2X property taxes, buy land or a windmill is increasingly the long-term favor of tactical and cruel manipulation of averages, and preying upon certain inherant and decent human weaknesses for corporate profits.
I perceive a class break exists between people who invest in such activity, and those who do not.
I don't think the concern should be for whether it is fair. Instead, I think my concern is for the fact that it is inhuman. Free America needs to retrace development all the way back to "our constitution" to reiterate personal freedom and protection in clarifying what is human concern.