Rewritting history- sore winner style
by linc, Sat Nov 29, 2008 at 12:29:20 PM EST
The primaries ended, what last June? Why isn't it that some of us are unable to let bygones be bygones? Why are some of us so insistent on rounding up all of our ancient foes and putting them on the public square? I happen to think one of the best things about Democrats and our party is our ability to respect differing views and when our own views prevail, that we tend not to act like children on a play ground.
You don't like the way Jerome handled himself during the election past. OK, we got it back then when you complained about it and we get it now. You should get over it and stop acting like a retribution seeking Republican with no ability to look forward. Focusing on the past is one thing if it means progress for the future. Focusing on the past for petty grievances is just that, focusing on the past for petty grievances.
If you are so intent on being so cowardly, so unwilling to write about the future and what you are contributing to make this community and our world an even better place, then please, make your actual intentions known: you are a poor winner, a sore winner in point of fact. You are so bent on your own dominance of historical pettiness that you must insist on detracting from the pressing issues of today and the future. You are the type of person that values the actual act of winning over the outcome the victory entails. It is sad.
So, if you must have it in writing from another (as if you hadn't seen it a million times before): you won, you were right on your pick of candidate, your guy beat the gal and the other guy that we all wanted to beat. I am very proud of you.