While perusing my email today, I chanced upon the scriblings of the self-styled, right-winger who had called medical travel a hoax and my idea a non-starter.
This individual saw fit to announce to the world that he had recently purchased 1000 rounds of ammunition, and said that it was for him and his wife.
The point of his rantings was something about letting in new ideas into workers’ comp, and called me an angry man. Funny, if I am angry, then how come he’s the one who bought ammo?
It must be obvious that he is the angry one, just like all the rest of his kind who shoot first (their mouths, then their guns) and ask questions later.
One is not angry if they advocate for an idea they believe will benefit injured workers, when the person calling you angry, buys 1000 rounds of ammo. One is visionary and forward-thinking, unlike the gun nut who shoots his mouth and gun off.
I am not really worried. You see, one day, he will be dead, and hopefully so will his outright hatred and disgust for medical care outside the “good ole US of A”, where we all know only Americans are good at providing quality medical care.
And I also know that when the space plane is made available later in this century for commercial flights, traveling to “Turkishmaninacanstan” will take no more time than going from NYC to Washington, DC, and maybe even less so.
No, the really angry man is the one who, making up for his shortcomings, both physical and mental, needs to buy 1000 rounds of ammunition to hold off new ideas in workers’ comp. Why? So that the status quo stays the status quo.
Or maybe, the only new ideas he likes are the ones that conform to his racist, bigoted, xenophobic hysteria, and that is why he needs 1000 rounds of ammo.