There is certainly something to be said for being positive and thinking that anything is possible yet, when we deny reality and engage in irrational wishful thinking, we are engaging in something called “hopium” – the irrational belief that, despite all evidence to the contrary, things will turn out for the best.
Here’s evidence that “hopium” prevails in America.
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