Coming up the elevator at work today [November 9], a woman was SOBBING over the election, telling total strangers of her personal agony, as if others were obliged to offer her condolences. Its a cult. What's worse is that most of the other floors in this building are occupied by political operators - whose living is derived by politics.
It's a cult with parasites living off of the productive part of society, in need of having their hurt feelings and connection to reality managed for them.
I also had to listen to people at work insist that this isn't a democracy because the popular vote doesn't rule the day. It was said fishing for affirmation as some sort of salveI occasionally have to mention that I lived in east Germany which really was 'not a democracy', and that they have no idea what they're talking about.Normally, I don't watch election coverage, but I did watch Steven Crowder watching the Young Turks, and it was pretty funny.
Friday, December 09, 2016
At work the day after the election, a woman was SOBBING over the election, telling total strangers of her personal agony, as if others were obliged to offer her condolences
From a fellow who has been, shall we say, uh, a regular reader of No Pasarán for the past 12 years comes this piece of post-election news: