Saturn opposed Uranus: Governmental Reform
Saturn and Uranus are still slugging it out in the skies, as they have been since November of 2008. Today, April 26, 2010, is peak 4 of 5 in their ongoing struggle for control. They won’t be done until July this year. Here are some snippets from their argument:
Uranus: You’re in favor of centralized power.
Saturn: Absolutely. The people don’t know what they want. Someone has to be in charge. Someone has to set the rules.
Uranus: But what about when the people rebel? What about the times when I create revolutions? There’s no flexibility here for progress and change.
Saturn: People should know that their government is trying its best to manage things so the people don’t have to.
Uranus: When allowed its own way, government quickly becomes a tottering edifice of bureaucratic tangles. Haven’t you ever seen the movie “Brazil?”
Saturn: A ridiculous, trumped-up set of cinematically persuasive lies. I don’t like science fiction.
Uranus: I love science fiction.
Saturn: Only one of the many areas where we part ways. Please stay on the point.
Uranus: Which is?
Saturn: What government can’t take care of, privatization can.
Uranus: Now you’ve really lost me.
Saturn: Big business has the tools to handle problems government can’t.
Uranus: And who pays in the end?
A planetary battle like this has a scale that is both grand and small. You’ll see these Saturn-Uranus dilemmas playing out in news headlines that shout about public life and you may well see the same dilemmas playing out in your own personal life on a very immediate level as you struggle for self-discipline but wonder whether you are sacrificing your own genius.
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