Do you remember what you learned about bullies when you were a kid? Your parents told you, or you figured it out for yourself, that if you don’t stand up to them and call their bluff they just get worse and worse.
After the first presidential debate it dawned on me that Obama’s innate civility cost him dearly. I could see him visibly restraining himself while Mitt Romney, all bluster and lies, walked all over him. Thankfully, in the second debate, he called Mitt’s bluff.
Forget for a moment all of the policy spinning and highfalutin numbers and take a moment to think about who Mitt Romney really is.
What should be obvious to anyone who has watched Mitt Romney (who likes to fire people) in action, and no more so than in the second presidential debate, is that he is nothing more than a 65 year old high school bully.
He is and has always been a child of wealth, privilege and powerful connections who knows nothing of personal sacrifice and has squandered his good fortune on personal greed and ambition. He huffs and he puffs, all bluster and pretense, but winces and whines when someone stands his ground and calls his bluff. He’s a sniveling coward who surrounds himself with sycophants and arms himself with scissors. He has neither the capacity for empathy nor a shred of honor.
Before casting your vote in the upcoming election I beg that you take a moment to reflect upon Mitt, the pampered rich kid in high school who…
HAHAHAHAA! (lol) Good fun, eh Mitty-boy?
Don’t you remember bullies like him back when you were in school? Most of us do. Do you really believe bullies like Mitt grow out of their cowardly meanness?