Hump Day Report: Victim Mentality, Real And Fake


Remember Kenneth Gladney?  He was assaulted by SEIU thugs in 2009.

Remember Kenneth Gladney? He was assaulted by SEIU thugs in 2009.

ALOHA, ALL!!  By now you’ve heard about the violence in Michigan because they passed right-to-work laws there.  Imagine…giving people the freedom to NOT have to join/contribute to a union incites violence??  The unions are trying to portray themselves as perpetual victims, harking back to the days of slave wages and unhealthy working conditions.  Bob Beckel on “The Five” just ranted about how the violence is justified for that very reason – because of past injustices.  Give me a break.  So once a victim always a victim?  Couldn’t everyone be considered a victim today?  Frankly, I am permanently mentally distressed because of four more years of Obama.  I don’t think I can work anymore.  I’m shrugging.  Here’s a great article sent to me by HDR reader Steve about how the victim mentality is being perpetuated.  You’ll find the perpetuators interesting, but likely not surprising:  New Psychiatry Manual Adds To The Oversupply Of Invented Victims

Thugs losing.  Michigan Right to Work Hitting Union Stronghold  “Regardless of news reports, the people of Michigan are behind this. A recent poll showed that 51 percent of Michigan voters support right-to-work. Only 41 percent are opposed. In fact, 40 percent of union households supported it. In November, Michigan voters rejected a ballot proposal that would have amended the state constitution to prevent the legislature from passing a right-to-work law and elevated union contracts above state law.”

MUST WATCH!  Steven Crowder assaulted by union thugs…who claim they are victims (see story below about the tent torn down by these neanderthals.  I hope Crowder sues their fat cat a$$es!) 

MUST READ!  TOP SIX VIOLENT ACTS COMMITTED BY UNIONS  Lots of great videos embedded here.

Thug-in-Chief doesn’t let a good crisis go to waste:  Obama Jumps Headfirst Into Fight Over Michigan Right-to-Work Law  “You know, these so-called right-to-work laws, they don’t have to do with economics, they have everything to do with politics,” Obama added to applause and cheers from the crowd. “What they’re really talking about is giving you the right to work for less money.” Sure, Preezy.

OOPS!!!  Meltdown of Subsidized Battery Maker Zaps Obama Detroit Visit  “Assuming a bankruptcy judge and the Obama Treasury Department approve of the sale of A123’s assets to Wanxiang Group, the Chinese battery maker would immediately become the dominant force in the industry.”

Not a victim, but plays one on TV:  The Royal Presidency  “In the Brokest Nation in History, it would be unreasonable to expect the president to pretend to have a regular all-American family Christmas for less than five million bucks.”

Not a victim, but creates REAL victims:  Egypt’s Torturer-in-Chief Headed to Washington  “On Monday, Yasser Ali announced that Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi will visit the United States in 2013, in what would be his first visit to Washington since he was elected last June.”

GOD BLESS AMERICA – PASS THIS ON!!

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11 responses to “Hump Day Report: Victim Mentality, Real And Fake”

  1. Tom says :

    Cool! Did you know that when you move the cursor all around on this page, the little falling dots sorta follow it? Wee!!!

  2. NEO says :

    Normal for the unions. I watched them kill the US steel industry in the seventies. I’d rather be unemployed and worth $20 and hour than work for $15.

    Same story at Hostess of course.

    Morons, too stupid to work for me.

    • Tom says :

      “I’d rather be unemployed and worth $20 and hour than work for $15.”

      Interesting. I’d rather be employed for less than I’m worth than unemployed whatever I’m worth. One thing I know about free enterprise is that it’s based on supply and demand. What I can supply is, in economic terms, worth no more than the level of demand for it.

      The ridiculous concept of “underemployment” is based on the notion that some work is “below” certain people. Nope. Ain’t nobody too good for ANY job (except telemarketing, but that’s another story LOL). Too many people think too highly of themselves, and so don’t take reasonable jobs when they have nothing. All legitimate work is noble, and no matter how intelligent or skillful an unemployed person who refuses “lower” work is, if he/she rests on government benefits, the lowliest person in the lowliest job is still superior to him/her.

      This type of “spoilage” of our people may be our worst collective character trait. It increases strain on government assistance and charities. It deprives society of productivity. It creates the vacuum for illegal aliens to survive. And it teaches young people a very self-willed character.

      As an aside: When I drive by bums on the street holding signs asking for help, I like to yell out the window, “GET A F***ING JOB!” (And Gilia R will tell you, I have no problem dropping F-bombs.) There is work available if they are willing to do it. But these bums won’t. They are contemptible creatures, the support of which only leads to more. (A former lieutenant governor of South Carolina likened it to feeding stray dogs and cats, but I found that comment offensive as being insulting to our furry friends.) If they can afford to not take one or more of the jobs out there, they don’t need to be out polluting the roads and sidewalks with their annoying presence. And if they can’t afford it, they need to GET A F***ING JOB!

  3. Tom says :

    The American people voted for economic socialism in 2012 (and 2008, for that matter). They are getting what they asked for, and they have only themselves to blame.

    My opinion on all of this: “Just tell me how much fuel and ammo are gonna cost, and I’m done with economic matters.”

  4. giliar says :

    Thanks so much, NEO!!!!!

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