It should be no surprise that political discourse so often devolves into little more than childish mud-slinging and name-calling. The fact remains that executive governance, when faced with the blossoming complexity and unmanageable disorder of human affairs and (beyond some symbolic public token of concession to expert or academic intelligence) rarely willing to avail itself of consistently unbiased expert counsel, can in general do little more than offer a superficial pretense of aptitude and comprehension. A chaotic world undergoing constant and accelerating metamorphosis requires keen intellect and insight to navigate, not the dull remedial din and irresponsible madness of kindergarten pantomimes with which our various democratic (and other) political systems tend to unremittingly burden us.

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