#BernOuts Explained

#BernOuts Explained - They covet what they don't have and hate those who have it
#BernOuts Explained – They Covet What They Don’t Have

A funny image, indeed! It is also, however, very pointed in its humor and very fundamentally true in its message. The primary reason for Bernie Sanders’ aborted rise to provenance and his continued employment and occasional news coverage was based upon the #BernOuts and #Sandernistas coveting what they didn’t earn and don’t have. In point of fact, Bernie’s entire platform could have been summed in the word, “Envy.”

Yes, they envy what they don’t have and hate those that have it. In their entitled mindset, it’s just not fair that they don’t get anything and everything they want, when they want it, and without the need to work for- or make sacrifices in order to get it. That’s the #BernOuts explained in a nutshell.

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2 Responses to “#BernOuts Explained”

  1. morgondag Says:

    Well it´s not like most guys would pass up on the second girl, and also why do you hide the face of the Trump girl?

    Slaves “coveted what they did not have” – freedom and property of their own. Ordinary workers in the Soviet Union probably envied party bureaucrats (although material inequality there wasn´t as large as many people think).

    Do you mean to say that the distribution of property and income today is always fair and so it is never justified to try and change it? Because if you, what was Trump talking about with “the swamp” and so on?

  2. jonolan Says:

    That most men wouldn’t pass up on the Bernie girl just shows how stupid the #Bernouts are and how little they understand “wealth” and “value.”

    As for the Trump babe’s face – I just couldn’t find an image that showed her from the neck up! I truly tried since I despise “parting out” women and rarely use images of them that don’t show their faces.

    As for property and income distribution – I would say that, in the vast majority of cases, its distribution is fair. It may not be pleasant, but it is fair based upon what society has decided is valuable.

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