They just have to "feel good" about doing "something" no matter how little sense it really makes, nor how many people it really hurts. They are "good" because they believe they are "good", and they get terribly upset when anyone reveals their foolishness because it threatens the image they have of themselves as "good". They are never satisfied, even when they get their way, because to get their way means a new "something" must be identified to help make them "feel good" doing something about, even if it was as foolish as the last "feel good" movement they were associated with. It's the world of do-gooder-ism and woe to anyone who upsets their calm, reveals the end result of their agenda, that is to make them "feel bad".
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