Republicans don’t have a monopoly on anger these days. Consider me one angry Democrat.
I don’t even live in California, but I’m angry the state will have to foot the enormous medical bill for the recently born octuplets during a serious budget crisis.
My family lives in a house that’s older and smaller than we wanted, but we can afford it. It’s little surprise that I’m angry at the countless irresponsible buyers who took on risky loans to purchase homes well beyond what they could afford. While I’m venting, I’m angry at the banks who offered these loans to begin with.
And speaking of banks, I’m angry that CEOs who headed failing companies were given bonuses for their “performance” and had the gall to accept them. Merrill Lynch’s John Thain, whose apparent first priority was redecorating his office for more than $1 million? Curses!
Sadly, venting doesn’t make me any less angry.