What is it with the left and bitterness? They are bitter when people work hard, feeling part of the workers income should be given to others. They are bitter when people profit from taking financial risk feeling again the profits do not belong to the risk takers. The left are bitter at unequal returns but not bitter about unequal contribution, risk or effort.
The left are bitter that their own sense of entitlement isn’t fulfilled, yet they arrive last, leave first and often are the laziest workers, complaining and gossiping and treat others the worst. Yet it is the left who somehow feel they have the right to champion the cause of the underprivelidged, as though they somehow identify with them. Yet it is the left who often profit from helping others, at times quite obscenely and often to the detriment and impoverishment of the underprivelidged. It’s as though a cause gives them a moral superiority to make unfair demands.
Look at the Gillards of this world who can afford million dollar mansions on the sea, quite oblivious to the global warming fraud she once championed. She still is yet to answer for her part in millions disappearing from funds for the families of those killed at work. Or the Kevin Rudds who has yet to answer to the Heiner Affair, the rape of a young girl, or how his wife secured huge contracts whilst he was in positions of influence, just like the Obeids, or the Thomsons & Williamsons using the union fees of lowly paid workers so they could live the high life.
What ever happened to the day when those who worked hard or took financial risks were entitled to the reward that they deserved rather than see it siphoned off by the bitter left and their crony socialism. As we watch the watermelon greens and their nepotistic ALP counterparts spit vitriol after losing the election, we can hope that the Australian people have had enough of the grand moralising for personal profit that has so typified the bitter left in recent years. Time to get back to a fair days pay for a fair days work without others feeling entitled to take what they please.