The Bullies of the World: Clarence Thomas & other Faux-victims…
Poor Clarence Thomas. I am so sorry you feel bullied and harbor a sense of victimhood. Is it another ‘lynching’ that you spoke of in your confirmation to defend yourself against allegations of sexual harassment? Did you know that’s a familiar pattern for those who bully and abuse women?
Suggestion: Get over it. Isn’t that what Scalia said about Bush v Gore? We need to just “Get over it” and shut up and stop bullying you, poor baby. Build a wall around the Ivory Tower and you won’t hear any crybabies except wife Ginni when she tells you she believes the election is rigged. Or perhaps you don’t listen to her and cover your ears and go “Nyah Nyah Nyah!” really loud so your pure vessels of truth that are your earlobes don’t hear such partisan filth. She is a hater and you are just a seeker of truth.
Get over it, people, you don’t always get the outcomes you want. Just because we are in a faux-democracy, we can’t expect the inconvenient truth of the unwashed masses to impede your puritanical Republic ideals. Just look in the latest findings from buddy Alito, straight out of the 13th-Century Reformation. This is the Reformation, isn’t it? Time to restructure America in the image of you & Ginni and all the people who want to live in 13th Century Europe.
We are such bullies and haters, wanting things like Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. Time to call us all out for what we are. Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Roosevelt were all alike. Those Big Bullies…Get over it, that yen and hankering for a democratic Republic based on representation with a free and fair elected government! You are the chosen one, right Clarence? It’s bullies like us who make haters like you so uncomfortable. If we would just go back to the convenient future-world or alternate Universe where we belong so you can set about making things right.
The fifties seemed like such a great time, remember? But not so much for people of color such as yourself. Another inconvenient truth we need to just gloss over. Get over it, bullies, and realize that you can’t always get what you want. But if you try sometimes, Clarence Thomas, you just might find…you get what you need. Be careful what you wish for, Brother Thomas, because rebels like Mick Jagger and the rest of us who live in the 21st Century are going to work to get what we need. Spoiler Alert: It ain’t you.