Voters who complain about a trusted politician's betrayal remind me of the tale of the man who nursed a starving snake back to health. Afterward, the snake bit the man, who then complained about the snake's ingratitude. The snake responded to the complaint by saying, "You knew I was a snake when you saved me"
Which of the following can be derived from the argument above?
A) don't cut off your nose to spite your face
B) things are not always what they seem
C) chickens always come home to roost
D) nature cannot be changed
E) take the bitter with the sweet