It makes me sad when people talk others into doing things that are not truly in their best interests.

Things that are actually damaging to the one taking advice while, at the same time, financially lucrative for the people giving the advice.

That sounds complicated. Here’s another way to put it:

Some people sell cars that don’t run and tell the buyer that this is A “fixer-upper” that will cost you money but be a great project and eventually run as well as you want it to.

Other people put band aids on cars and tell people that they are “jewels” that will serve them and their families well.

One is honest and the other… dishonest.

No, I haven’t purchased any vehicles lately and this is just an analogy.

I’m trying, poorly, to make a point without naming names or calling any particular people in any particular Western state who…

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