“I am sure you have come across older people who behave like children. They want everything, whine for attention, bitch about the smallest things and argue about virtually everything. They stopped growing up at some point but continued growing older.”
The day began in the usual fashion:
I'm not entirely sure what this was in response to -- if indeed it was a response to something I actually said and just not some spontaneously generated Budweiser fueled 2AM outrage at something he thinks I might believe.
Let's take each point in order:
"Hey coward, you're also a self righteous prick."
"You're happy to bully people who will be screwed under. Biden administration into voting for your own interests. [sic]"
"Nothing worse than a piece of shit who believes his own interests make him righteous enough to justify his bullying."
(A commenter complained that I wasn't showing the proper respect to recently deceased Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and that I shouldn't make her death into a political statement because that makes those liberals and progressives who didn't vote, or who threw their votes away, feel guilty)
I respected Justice Ginsburg just fine.
It's people like you, you miserable son of bitch, that I have no respect for. People like you who put the burden of your duty on an 87-year-old cancer patient so that you could have the luxury of throwing your vote away, of not showing up, of using your precious franchise for some idiotic protest, instead of doing your goddamned duty like a citizen. You screwed us all. You fucked over the most vulnerable members of our society solely so that you, you smug asshole, could pretend you have principles. You fucked not only us, but generations.Now? Now you can own it. This is on you and nobody else. You don't deserve the Republic.So, don't you dare come at me, you fucking ghoul, and demand respect. Because I'm fresh out.
"People like you, wretched, entitled, boomer filth, is the reason 50% of the country didn't vote in 2016 and will sit out 2020."And now we're down to it, aren't we?
“With President Trump, however, the masculine archetype seems to have regressed. Trump is less the strict father than the petulant child: a boyish figure who rejects advice, shirks discipline and refuses to be beholden to behavioral norms. He is rarely even seen as the patriarch of his own family; as Melania Trump said after he was caught boasting about assaults on tape, “Sometimes I say I have two boys at home.” ―
“Trump taught us how easily seemingly serious people can become profoundly idiotic. He turned career politicians into circus freaks.” ―