Healthcare Is A Right and Trump’s Budget is Wrong
Shanna Peeples

That’s the problem, you have no argument, what you have is a ad hominem albus attack, (and I mean this in the nicest way),and no one is playing your game anymore. In addition, catastrophizing even the most basic life functions under the philosophy that people are so fragile, so incapable of dealing with problems, that they cannot function without government, or some other higher authority is bullshit, (as well as a fallacy). (Haidt 2012, 2017).

Elevate personal story to sacredness, then do a privilege check, then argue a victimhood with an either-or fallacy to “promote complaints of oppression and victimization overlap with those that promote case-building attempts to attract third parties. When such social conditions are all present in high degrees, the result is a culture of victimhood in which individuals and groups display high sensitivity to slight, have a tendency to handle conflicts through complaints to third parties, and seek to cultivate an image of being victims who deserve assistance.” (Campbell, Manning 2014).

Your attack and vindictive protectionism has been well researched. The key idea is that the new moral culture of victimhood fosters “moral dependence” and an atrophying of the ability to handle small interpersonal matters on one’s own. At the same time that it weakens individuals, it creates a society of constant and intense moral conflict as people compete for status as victims or as defenders of victims.” Campbell, B., & Manning, J. (2014). Microaggression and moral cultures. Comparative sociology, 13, 692–726.

People are anti-fragile. This is a Great Truth. “Nothing is miserable unless you think it so, and on the other hand, nothing brings happiness unless you are content with it.” (Boethius).

A good start to rehab your morality and worldview: