A troll was busy last night (I assume it’s Dollar Bill with a new ip address – there can’t be two of them, surely) with the usual swill, but I was struck by this portion of his screed:
Most young people that are now out of a job [“out of” implies they once had one – ED] thanks to republicans won’t have to worry about health coverage cause under Obamacare they will be covered.
Leave aside the idea that it’s the millions of regulations and laws that are drying up the job machine that was once America – that’s a concept too contradictory to their belief system for them even to consider, and let’s ask what kind of job, precisely, these child-adults think they are capable of? What value could they bring to an employer, and who is that employer?
Corporations are out: they hate corporate America and want nothing to do with it. They could go to North Dakota and earn $100,000 a year in the new oil fields, but we know how they feel about fossil fuels, so that won’t work.
They have no math or science skills, or they’d be employed today. What they do have are college degrees in psychology, victimhood studies and history as taught by Howard Zinn. They have no thinking skills: these children suffer from a group think psychosis that keeps them trapped in a paralytic fear of breaking from the herd; they haven’t had an original thought in their lives, and wouldn’t know what to do with one if it oozed from behind the wax in their ears and they will not, cannot challenge authority as it is expressed by the mainstream media, their professors and the Jon Stewart Show.
So what are they qualified to do and who would pay them to do it? What “job” do they expect and demand be given to them?
I wouldn’t hire them, and not because of their politics but because they’re useless, and offer nothing from which I could derive a profit. And I don’t do charity to unwashed ingrates.