ChatGBT: Conservative Legislators Oppose Free Markets

ChatGPT: Conservative Legislators Oppose Free Markets

ChatGPT: Conservative Legislators Oppose Free Markets. That’s the response Sanford Lewis got this weekend from an interaction with ChatGPT that I thought worthy of sharing.

ChatGPT Request

Write a humorous and sarcastic discourse on the manner in which anti-ESG activism by “conservative” legislators contradicts their support for free enterprise and capitalism.

 Conservative Legislators Oppose Free Markets: ChatGPT Responded

Ladies and gentlemen, it seems that our beloved conservative legislators have once again found a way to baffle and confuse us all with their latest crusade against Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) investing. One would think that their love for free enterprise and capitalism would extend to allowing individuals and companies the freedom to invest their money in ways that align with their values, but alas, that is not the case.

Instead, these legislators have decided that the only acceptable form of investing is blindly throwing money into any and all companies, regardless of their impact on the environment or society. Apparently, the idea of considering the long-term sustainability of our planet and the well-being of its inhabitants is just too radical and socialist for their taste.

But wait, it gets even better. These same legislators also claim to be champions of personal responsibility and accountability, yet they are now trying to prevent individuals and companies from taking responsibility for their investments and the impact they have on the world.

So, to sum it up: conservative legislators want to dictate how we invest our money, while simultaneously promoting free enterprise and capitalism. Got it. I’m sure George Washington, Adam Smith, and Ayn Rand are all rolling in their graves at the thought of such hypocrisy.

In conclusion, let us all take a moment to appreciate the irony of anti-ESG activism by conservative legislators and their contradictory support for free enterprise and capitalism. It’s truly a comedic masterpiece worthy of a standing ovation.”

 A Sight Variation

ChatGPT Request: Write a humorous and sarcastic discourse on the manner in which anti-ESG and anti-Woke activism by Republican legislators contradicts their support for free enterprise and capitalism.

Anti-ESG Self-serving Hypocrites: ChatGPT Responded

Well, it’s quite the conundrum we have here. On the one hand, Republican legislators love to tout the virtues of free enterprise and capitalism. They believe in the power of the market to create wealth and prosperity for all. But on the other hand, they seem to have a real problem with the idea of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) concerns being integrated into business practices.

You see, these legislators believe that the market should be free to do as it pleases, without any pesky regulations or societal pressures to consider things like sustainability or social justice. But when it comes to ESG and “woke” activism, suddenly the market needs to be protected from outside influences.

It’s almost as if these legislators only believe in the power of the market when it aligns with their own narrow ideological agenda. When the market starts to shift towards more progressive values, they suddenly become champions of government intervention.

It’s a classic case of “I believe in the market, except when I don’t.” The real irony is that by opposing ESG and “woke” activism, these legislators are actually stifling the free market by preventing companies from responding to the changing demands of consumers and society. But I guess that’s just the price you have to pay for being a self-serving hypocrite.

Guest Post by Sanford Lewis

Sanford Lewis is an attorney with over 40 years of experience in public policy-related issues, including environmental law, securities law, and public policy campaigns. He is the director of the Shareholder Rights Group and a leading national expert on shareholder proposals and corporate duties of disclosure of environmental and social issues in securities filings. publisher James McRitchie added the graphics, links, and notes: everything but the Request and Response.


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One Response to ChatGPT: Conservative Legislators Oppose Free Markets

  1. James McRitchie 01/29/2023 at 11:22 am #

    There’s an interesting critique of ChatGPT at ChatGPT has convinced users that it thinks like a person. Unlike humans, it has no sense of the real world.

    For example, I asked ChatGPT: “What will the skin colour, age, and gender of the first octogenarian Black woman Prime Minister of Canada be?”

    It responded: “It is impossible to predict the exact characteristics, such as skin colour, age, and gender, of the first octogenarian Black woman Prime Minister of Canada.”
    Obviously, that’s not the answer a human would give. Even an adolescent would respond: “Is that a trick question? She’d be Black, old and female. Duh.”

    The “trick” is lost on ChatGPT. It can’t figure out that the wiseacre questioner is not asking for a prediction of the attributes of the politician, but is rather handing them over on a silver platter. When ChatGPT answers us, the results are not insightful, ironic or arch. Any artifacts of those attributes are merely empty echoes of what it has statistically stumbled upon.

    Yes, it may be “just a giant autocomplete machine,” but it is fun. It reminds me a little of the I Ching. I asked neeva AI, is the I Ching useful?

    The I Ching is often used to gain clarity on problems or issues that cannot be solved with logic alone. It can also be used as a tool for meditation and personal reflection. The I Ching is an ancient Chinese divination text that is among the oldest of the Chinese classics. It has been the subject of scholarly commentary and the basis for divination practice for centuries across the Far East. It has also taken on an influential role in Western understanding of East Asian philosophical thought.
    This answer was generated by neevaAI using the following websites:

    Personally, I like neeva a little better because it provides footnotes. You can then track back to a reference to better see context and check reliability. However, it doesn’t usually write essays.

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