Misery Loves Company

Progressives, being fundamentally miserable people, see misery as a tool to their ends.

Big Left today is exercising “Recession Porn”, hoping for an economic downturn to get rid of Trump.

Bill Maher:

It’s amazing what liberals daydream about. While many of us might imagine wealth, fame, or attractive women (sorry, Zsu-Zsu), Bill Maher dreams of a recession that would lead to massive job losses and foreclosed homes.

Maher: “I’ve been hoping for a recession – people hate me for it – but it would get rid of Trump.”
Josh Barro: “Recessions are really bad. People lose their jobs and homes and we shouldn’t wish for it.”
Maher: “I know. It’s worth it.”

Actually, it’s only “worth it” if Maher loses his job.

And Maher isn’t even the most depraved among ’em.


3 thoughts on “Misery Loves Company

  1. “Believe me: We’re in a bubble right now. And the only thing that looks good is the stock market — but if you raise interest rates even a little bit, that’s going to come crashing down,” Trump said. “We are in a big, fat, ugly bubble. And we better be awfully careful.” ~ Campaign Trump 2016

    When the stock market wasn’t as high as it is now.

    Have you looked at the market today?

    Meanwhile this is your periodic reminder that trade wars are good and easy to win.

    All this stemming from one single tweet.

  2. I’m here to give kudos to Maher. He’s right; you can’t make an omelet without breaking some eggs, and Maher is willing to break some damn eggs.

    Of course, being the reprobate he is, Maher is 100% against breaking any of *his* eggs to make the omelet….conservative American’s eggs are available for breaking, not his.

    I feel him, but I come from a bit different direction. There’s no getting around it; people, lots of people, will have to have their lives destroyed before we clean this country up. People with negotiable morals and scruples…city people; faithless people; degenerate leftist people; like Maher.

    Glad we understand each other.

  3. Reminiscent of the early 2000s when Democrat Congressman Dick Gephardt expressed hope in picking up 40 House seats if “corporate scandals can be kept on the political radar screen until November.”

    Dems often put themselves in the position of what’s bad for America is good for them.

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