There is no social shaming that comes with knowing nothing about our local politicals. (Joe Clein Column, Time Magazine, August26)
Can I change "come with" into "go with" here? It seems to me that "go with" is too much used as an idiom to mean something essentially or normally goes together with something else. But here the author is just to negate any necessary relation between the two things.
Is the difference between "come with" and "go with" based on, or related to, the difference between "come" and "go"? Maybe the difference between them is just a product of habit?