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The saddest, sickest thing you’ll read today
« Reply #60 on: October 06, 2019, 07:23:35 pm »
The saddest, sickest thing you’ll read today

By Jack Cluth  10.06.19

Jared Polis
Deep down, we all suspected that this is the dark reality we are now in: — Jared Polis (@jaredpolis) October 4, 2019

1:12 AM - Oct 4, 2019
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There’s no shame in being wrong. We all screw up from time to time. That said, there’s no mistake so big, traumatic, and/or overwhelming that there aren’t lessons to be learned from it. You just have to be open to learning. We’re human, we make mistakes. It’s what we do. What you do with the knowledge that you messed up is the most important part of the equation.

Sadly, there are far too many Americans like the misguided soul in the tweet above. The “I’ve attached my entire worldview to this man (Donald Trump, of course) and I am going down with the ship” schtick is about as sad and ignorant as it’s possible for a biped to be. The willingness to base your entire worldview on the lies, dishonesty, and megalomania of one wannabe tyrant is sad and distressing enough. It’s the refusal to even consider that he might be wrong which is truly awful. Rather than admit he fell for the propaganda and allowed himself to be misled, this poor, misguided Patriot is going to ride his 👹 horse until it collapses and dies underneath him.

One of the great things about being human is that all of us are possessed of free will. We have the freedom to make our own choices…and mistakes. Most of us manage to see our mistakes as opportunities to learn, grow, and improve. This poor dimwit can’t acknowledge the possibility that he chose the wrong horse. Instead, he’s “going down with the ship.” How terribly and unnecessarily sad and pointless. What’s he going to do when his horse goes to ground…live off the grid and plot violent revolution? Good luck with that one, eh?


Rob not the poor, because he is poor: neither oppress the afflicted in the gate:
For the Lord will plead their cause, and spoil the soul of those that spoiled them. Pr. 22:22-23


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