I will never forgive you for stealing four years of my life! You created 4 years of misery, caused many people guilty of nothing more than being born poor! They did nothing wrong, but you didn’t care about the millions that were unlucky enough not to be born with a silver spoon in their mouths.
We did not ask, nor did we want charity or more than we deserve. We only want the chance to make our lives better than our parents.
How could you be so small-minded as to hate that other President for nothing more than being black, brilliant, and a moral man? I understand being jealous of someone that had an easy road to success, but he worked hard to succeed. We have all felt that green-eyed monster setting on our shoulders. We have heard the screaming vile invectives in our ears! “How it is fair for that person to have everything, and I have nothing.”
Did you enjoy being adored by shallow wealthy, greedy old white men? Did you really think that those uber-wealthy individuals needed more money? Did you think they would be grateful to you forever for the massive tax break? Well, I am here to tell you they won’t! They will throw you in the trash just like yesterday’s newspaper when they don’t need you anymore.
You may very well “get even” with all those that hurt your little feelings, but in the end, your generosity to the “chosen few” will be rewarded with contempt! Not one of them will reach down when you are lying in the gutter and give you a hand. They will walk over and on you to get to the next person that will flatter their ego and pad their pocket!
They didn’t love you then, and they won’t love you when you are yesterday’s news! They will make fun of you, just like you made fun of your idea of the “Lesser human’s!” All those that fawned over your golden image will drop you like a hot potato the minute you cannot help them step up the ladder or fly to the moon!
And the rest of us will feel somewhat sorry for you, but not much! My mother used to say, “You reap what you sow!” You should listen to her; she would have boxed your ears!
I read somewhere that you should be nice to the people you meet climbing the ladder of success because you may have to kiss their ass on the fall back down. So “Pucker up, buttercup!”