The left sucks at competition. They were born that way.
Ever since I was a kid I’ve noticed that the kid who whines about “fairness” is the kid that stinks at whatever game he is pouting about.
Oh, you don’t like the rules for this particular pick-up baseball game? That’s because you suck. You just struck out, take a seat. Sit there and think about how you’re going to get even with everyone one day.
The science fair didn’t adequately post the rules and you see no reason why your late, and off-topic, submission shouldn’t be considered for the top prize? That’s okay, you’ll get even one day. While others build character, you build resentment.
What’s that? You really hate playing Monopoly because someone always “takes it too seriously,” even though you’d eat the dice and the little metal dog if you could just win that one time.
But you can’t win. You lack whatever it takes. Whatever “it” is, you don’t have “it.” But what you do have are thousands of other bitter losers just like you that will line up to vote for you like you’re a rock star.
It’s like how ugly and untalented became so huge in the 80s. Nerds need their heroes. And losers need their politicians.
And when the losers manage to amass a winning voter bloc, who do they go after?
The symbol of their youthful loserdom.
This deep-seated hatred of capitalism was formed because they suck at games. (I’m sticking with this theory.) And every businessman is now the chubby, top-hatted, mustachioed robber baron. They are scumlords who need to be gotten even with, even if it means collapsing the entire system (symbolic of tossing the monopoly board in the air when they couldn’t win), how else would one explain their insistence of implementing a “living wage” for every horse’s ass that strolls over a border or slept through high school?
San Francisco is the latest city to be caught in the wrath of the loser politician getting even with everyone. Their 15 dollar an hour minimum wage isn’t helping anyone.