That was a well-crafted reply. Impressive. It started a whole new area of investigation for me.
What do people do, when they do what they do? Why do they do what they do when they do it? What really lies behind the words they use? Do they really know, themselves, what they are doing, and why, when they do it?
I get the feeling, sometimes, that leftist thinking has burrowed down right to the level of quantum particles, and is so firmly established that there is nothing that can ever be done about it. Which returns me to the life-saving principle of: "it is what it is". And in human terms: "he does what he does".
When you consider it, you see that people do things all the time. This doing happens then. There is no way to undo it later, in the now. And so people, seeing that they didn't like what was done, then, being unable to undo it now, do something else now, in an attempt to to modify what was done then.
Thus people build a continuous house of cards that is never built well, but is a series of fixes and patches that attempt to get around the basic instability of whatever they do and have done.
Why do people ask "why"? Is it really a desire to understand? Or more a statement of disagreement and resistance?