We’ve heard much in recent years about various forms of privilege in America, most of it, of course, being white privilege, and it’s always been my opinion, based on years of serious study of the subject, that liberal privilege is about as privileged as you can get in this world. After all, Chelsea Clinton, as just one isolated example, got a six-figure salary from NBC right out of college, with no work experience in her background to show that she deserved this position and its salary, and with little or no work product to prove she actually earned it. All she had was a Democrat-liberal father who was an ex- president, and a Democrat-liberal mother who was an ex-senator as well as a presidential candidate, and VOILA!, this level of privilege got her a bit fat salary from a leftist network, and that’s corruption in my book: corruption Democrat style.
America is buzzing with people from all over the globe who have come here to take advantage of the “privilege” that America’s personal wealth, its capitalist system of economics and our constitutional standard of everyone being equal under the law have made possible. Both these immigrant persons who are here working and investing, and our nation as a whole, benefit from this principle of selfishness, self-enrichment and personal success, and the entire world has benefited from it right along with us.
It’s a shame that there are millions of American citizens who have not taken advantage of this “privilege” that is available to us all, and they can blame the corrupt, leftist-influenced, American education system, the Democrat party, and their parents for this gap in their up-bringing that has trapped them in poverty.
Thinking people need to put the “privilege” thing to rest and get to work making a living and creating their own fortune, and the remainder of the hate-America, Democrat crowd can just live in squalor while the majority of us live comfortably and happily.
And while we’re at it, we need to re-elect Donald Trump to the presidency in November so the American system of wealth and achievement can continue for another four years, and so that the American dream can be sustained for all who work for it and who work within it.