Quote: James Boswell on the Vanity of Voting

James Boswell, 9th Laird of Auckinleck (1740-1795) - Scottish lawyer, author and diarist

James Boswell, 9th Laird of Auckinleck (1740-1795) – Scottish lawyer, author and diarist

“To act from pure benevolence is not possible for finite beings. Human benevolence is mingled with vanity, interest, or some other motive.”

Today, women are notorious for “benevolent” voting patterns which cost a fortune and never produce the outcome expected. They have no interest, or understanding, of either the cost or the outcome. All that matters to they and their friends, is that they have salved their vanity and voted benevolently. kqd

Please click on my link to my related essay – The Vanity of Voting Vol. #3 Essay 15

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