Its seems rather odd to me that people are making such a fuss over Mit Romney being a bully to a person that may or may not have been gay, when in 1965 African Americans were still being lynched in the south.
It was in 1963 that DEMOCRAT Governor George Wallace had his now infamous “Stand in the Schoolhouse Door” at the University of Alabama to keep black students from attending the school.
Yet here we are almost fifty years later in a floundering economy with little relief or even so much as a game plan from President Obama for our future, and we are worried about a presidential candidate that may have been a bully in an era where our society was still largely segregated.
Its amazing to me that we as a society can ignore affairs, drug use, statement that border on treason, but we are worried about a guy that put his dog on the roof of his car and was a bully in school.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but there have always been bullies and there always will be bullies.
No matter how hard the women of America try to make men more like women, boys will always grow into men. God made us this way.
I once watched a documentary on PBS about bullies and why they are the way they are. They showed a playground with a bunch of preschool aged boys playing on the swings and monkey bars. These boys could not have been more than three or four years old.
Yet even at that early age there was an obvious pecking order. The bigger boys were bossing around the smaller boys and pushing them around.
That’s because its the nature of things. We have all seen documentaries on animals where there are two or three newborn animals, and without fail the bigger of any given species kills off the smaller, weaker newborns.
This is where the phrase “Only the strong survive” comes from. In almost every other species on earth, there is an alpha male that mates with all the females to ensure the survival of the species.
We humans are the only species that try to change this by calling the strong bullies and making boys behave like little pansies.
I have written of this before. I believe then that I called it “The pussification of the American male.”
The mom’s of America have been busy trying to turn their boys into their idea of the perfect male. Sensitive to the needs of a woman, polite and honest. Basically what we used to call a sissymarys.
Now these same moms are scratching their collective asses with broken bottles wondering why their little Bobby grew up and became homosexual.
Don’t get me wrong here. I am not condoning bullying. I am saying that it has to be understood by all of us that its simply the nature of things.
All of this thinking is brought on my the media, who as far as I am concerned are second only to lawyers on the list of scumbags.
Americans have become a collection of saps that believe virtually anything they see on the news.
No one ever questions what they see and hear, they simply walk about like parrots propagating the nonsense put out by the socialist media.
We will forget about the fact that John F. Kennedy was a philanderer son of a bootlegger, but Mit Romney was a bully.
We will think of Senator Robert Bird as a national icon of the left even though he was in the Ku Klux Klan, but Mit Romney was a bully.
Will will pretend that Bill Clinton banging a woman in the oval office is a good thing and even consider him a hero for doing it, but Mit Romney was a bully.
What I am getting here is there is not one politician on the left or right that does not or has not done something in the past that would be embarrassing to them today. Its the nature of things. JD