Meet Big Red. He’s angry. He’s on the wrong side of history and is upset Roe v. Wade has been overturned. But unlike the more performative outrage by some of his ideological comrades, he’s channeling it at who truly failed him: The Democratic Party. You may find yourself sympathizing with him. Maybe 37% sympathy. Because if you are reading, there is a very good chance you have had the same feelings about Republicans.
“Stop f*cking sending me emails. Stop sending me f*cking texts. Stop f*cking reading poems and singing god damn karaoke. You have power. You have it. You’re in those seats. We’re the ones who are powerless. Stop f*cking pretending you’re protesting. If you don’t want to f*cking do it or it’s too hard, f*cking retire.”
Big Red is learning the hard way that Democrats aren’t serious about preserving abortion as much as they are interested in fundraising on the threat of losing abortion and campaigning on the fact that, unless you vote for them, you’re going to lose abortion.
Replace abortion with the deficit, the border, illegal immigration, taxes, gun rights, repealing ObamaCare, or defending the constitution, and you can feel Big Red’s pain. We’ve all been there and were told that if we just send ten more dollars or reelected someone one more time, the politician will finally do what they said they will.
I feel bad for Big Red. He’s WRONG about Roe v. Wade. I’m guessing he’s wrong about the New York gun laws and the coach who prayed on the fifty-yard line, too. I’d still give him a hug, though.
Word of advice to Big Red. After the BIG RED SUPERNOVA hits in November, those fundraising emails are gonna get worse.