The Neighborhood Nut

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A Minnesota resident who put up Christmas lights has received an anonymous letter from some neighborhood nut who complains, we quote:

“I couldn’t help but notice your Christmas light display. During these unprecedented times, we have all experienced challenges which casual words just don’t describe what we’re feeling. The idea of twinkling colorful lights are a reminder of divisions that continue to run through our society, a reminder of systemic biases against our neighbors who don’t celebrate Christmas or who can’t afford to put up lights of their own.” There was also some bilge about “educating ourselves about the harmful impact an outward-facing display like yours can have.”

Great Caesar’s ghost. What unnatural womb gave birth to… that?

This presumably human being makes two points:

If someone else doesn’t celebrate Christmas, you shouldn’t be allowed to, either.

If someone else can’t afford something, you shouldn’t be allowed to have it.

We are also asked to believe that the American people really dig this schiff and have voted for four solid years of it.

No way. Absolutely no way.

But take a good look–this is Far Left Crazy wowserism. This is a peek into the inner mind of the Democrat Party. That’s the party that steals elections. This is what you find inside their heads.

No, we did not vote for that.

 

3 comments on “The Neighborhood Nut

  1. If they are given one inch, they will immediately steal a mile. The world is now filled with mentally ill creatures, and here we are without the nut houses large enough to hold even a small fraction of them.

  2. People like this are eaten up with envy, which is actually the basis of Marxism. And I mean Envy in the theological sense, i.e., begrudging everyone anything, being unhappy as long as anyone else is happy or has anything at all. Some have said that Envy is the only one of the Seven Deadly Sins that we don’t enjoy while we’re doing it.

    In Book 1 of “The Faerie Queene,” Edmund Spenser shows the character Envy as chewing on snakes and toads, and even consuming his own mouth as he does it: “And as he went, he chawed his own maw.”

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