Hillary Clinton, cheater. Tom Brady, cheater. Bill Clinton, cheater. Lance Armstrong, cheater. Ben Johnson, cheater. Halliburton, cheaters. Enron, cheaters. President Nixon, cheater. The list goes on and on and on, but yet some of the list of notables listed above are to this day, revered and loved, even by those self doubters who would prefer to look the other way while controversy rages. Look at Hillary, running for the highest office in the land, if not the planet, and look at the ‘crooked’ influence surrounding her life. Look at Brady, guilty as heck and now allowed to continue in his profession with a clean slate and vindication from those who should really have no say in the matter.
Life today is ridiculous. If you have the money, if you have the connections, and of course, if you have the money and wherewithal to apologize and look remorseful in public, you are set free with all the kudos that the world can throw at you, while everyone around you just accepts that you did it and it no longer matters.
Well of course it matters! Why are we, the public, so gullible? Why do we just accept that these people are world-renowned personalities and because of that they should be treated differently? Why do we all jump on the forgiveness bandwagon when really we should clear to all those who have cheated that enough is enough and if you want to bend the rules, go do it somewhere else. Ashley Madison for example. What a joke that is. 30 million men and about 12,000 women. All for what? And not the 30 million are running around like headless chickens trying to apologize for their sins when really all they’ve been doing is chatting to computer generated ghosts. Its pathetic.
Hillary, you want to be president, but how can anyone in this country trust a person who deleted over 10,000 emails, some of which we classified, just because you felt like it? And then you have the audacity to publicly state that nothing you did was wrong and that none of the emails carried any importance to national security. Do you think we all came up the river in a banana boat? In other words, do you think we are all stupid? You obviously do and most of your supporters obviously are! And Tom, you deflated all those balls and the fans in NE, those who are blinkered, still trust you and pay your wages every week? Come on people, get real. Let’s all move on from this star struck life we seem to live and call these cheaters out for what they really are. Let’s not give them the time of day. I’m sure that any of you out there reading this who try to hold down regular jobs working for regular companies or those of you who are regular athletes trying to achieve moderate success at a moderate level and decided to cheat, you’d be fired on the spot, no questions asked, no court hearings, no pay and no more respect.
This nation we call America was supposedly built on trust. Whether that’s true or not is hard to tell because none of us was around to see it happen. But look at what we’ve become. A nation filled with greed and a nation topped up with disingenuous moronic behavior by people that we all want to look up to. No wonder the country is going to the dogs, and no wonder those who have so little will never every get too much.
I’ll end with a joke, because that’s what all these cheaters are. I give them no respect and I certainly won’t be voting for Hillary or watching any games that Tom Brady plays in.
A woman was in bed having sex with her husband’s friend when the telephone rang.
After hanging up, she says, ”That was Harry, but don’t worry — he won’t be home for a while. He’s playing cards with you.”