What I said, and didn’t

Just a reminder:

I say what I mean and only what I mean. So, if I write, “Egg yolks are too slimy,” that’s exactly the full extent of my opinion on eggs that you can accurately infer. If I wanted to convey that I hate eggs I’d write, “I hate eggs.” It’s really that simple.

It’s not just true of eggs, but of everything, including unemployment insurance. If I’m curious as to how it might or might not relate to migration, that tells you nothing about what my views are on the UI policy. That’s why I wrote,

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not suggesting there’s anything wrong with the UI benefits programs.

But what I actually write is not what some people want to read. So they make stuff up. I’m Randian, apparently.* I had no idea. Maybe it was all those posts about the RAND health insurance experiment that tipped them off.

*No, I’m not linking. Clever readers can figure out where this stuff is if they really care.

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