This is actually quite amusing to watch the lovers of authority and chief cheerleaders of labels and stereotypes going to Marshall Law declared by the thinking man, the deliberative leader because the ideas that should make them wary are sending them into fits of anxiety because it doesn't appear to be decisive enough. And yet, they shake in their shoes that a decision has been made to enslave them. As if they are worth having as slaves, spoiled and privileged as they believe they are.
It reminds me of the anti-immigrant arguments that revolve around jobs.
The white guys love to tell those who are looking for jobs that those brown immigrants are stealing their opportunities to work.
I would posit that the thinking there is backward, nobody who has been here for generations wants those jobs as a career.
[b]It is the WHITE GUY who is robbing the BLACK GUY of opportunity to have WELL PAID JOBS.[b]
I think that those white guys need to be reminded more often that we know that. We know that if they stopped hoarding all of the education dollars those jobs would be within reach of all residents rather than just us pale folk.
Back to the elections, it certainly isn't just the conservatives who believe things are rigged. It seems to be people who believe they are entitled to win.
BernieBots are just as likely to scream "It ISN'T fair!" each time they don't come out ahead. All while, as it turns out, Senator Sanders' campaign lobbied for less polling places in Puerto Rico because he couldn't cover the original number. That was fair, I suppose.
I guess THOSE MINORITIES weren't interested in his free stuff.
Sorry, a bit of free streaming going on there.
My observation is that people who would screw others at every turn see people screwing others everywhere they look.
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