I tend to agree with a lot of what you say here but some of the above are dubious.- when people don't pick up their dog poop but then they complain about people not doing their job. Agree
- when people get pulled over for speeding and try to charmuear or bribe the officer to get away with it but then they complain about corrupt politicians and bad drivers. Agree, although not specifically an Argentina practice.
- when people don't wear masks correctly because it is uncomfortable but then they complain about getting COVID. Happening everywhere
- when people don't declare income but then they complain about the state not having money to help them. Agree
- when people want to protect their jobs but then they complain about the high price of consumer goods. I don't think these are the same.
- when people beep at you to breach the speed limit because there are no cops around but then they complain about impunity. Agree, but not exclusive to Argentina
- when people want to use more and pay less for energy and then complain about power cuts. Agree
- when people complain that their own business struggling due to a lack of customers and then they go shopping in Miami. Hardly representitive of the majority of the Argentina people.
- when people wave a green flag but then abuse their own family member for wanting an abortion or to live in a same-sex relationship. Seems ancedotal because where is evidence for this?
- when people champion a more inclusive society but then hire their friend, cousin, brother or son to do a job or provide services. I don't see Argentina as an inclusive society so think this is a moot point.
- when people vote for a politician suspected of corruption but then decry another politician suspected of the same thing. Agree
- when people huff and puff at the time they spend in the supermarket line and then insist on asking 1000 questions and paying in cuotas over 3 different cards to benefit from every possible discount when it is their turn to pay. I guess they insist because it is neccesary for them to make their money go as far as possible.
- etc, etc, etc
I think the political class in Argentina is the problem and this is not a debate about conservative/socialist or left/right. The constant erosion of the country perpetrated by the political class has trickled into the population.