Earthling wrote:I suppose it depends on what your professional life entails. In my line of work I would alienating people by coming forward with my political beliefs. With the exception of my close friends and family most I associate with don't know which way I lean. I wouldn't say that I'm fearful in the sense that my life would be in danger or anything, but it certainly would be uncomfortable. I've seen pretty crappy things happen to people in public who choose to divulge they are conservative.
So you want to anonymously profess that public employees are, in general, lazy, and unaccountable, and unskilled (as you have....but .....wait for it...wait for it......here' comes a denial I'm sure). But you just don't want to alienate your friends, neighbors, and coworkers by actually having that discussion with them directly face to face. You don't want friends and neighbors or coworkers -- some of whom may be liberal or even public servants -- to know how poorly you think of them as a whole. You just want to scream it anonymously from the mountain top.
I would think that would be a very difficult way to want to go through life....hiding from one's own views.