America: Land of Whining Crybabies

When our Founding Fathers created our country, they established it so that the majority ruled, hence voting. The majority votes to elect their local, county, state and national leaders. The majority votes on any bills or amendments that appear on the ballot. In the end, the majority rules, or at least it used to.

Starting in the 1960s, our liberal government and courts began listening to the small minority of whining crybabies. One whining crybaby was responsible for getting the Supreme Court to eliminate God, Jesus, Bible and Christianity out of the public schools and most aspects of government.

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More recently, a minority group of whining crybabies have successfully destroyed the moral foundation of marriage, traditional families and our nation. They’ve even been successful in stripping the rights of the majority, especially Christians. LGBT whining crybabies can force a Christian business owner to violate his/her faith and now they are forcing their perversions on our public school kids and now on the general population. They insist on violating the right to sexual privacy of normal Americans by being able to use the bathrooms and locker rooms they choose. When laws are passed, like the one in North Carolina that protects the rights of the majority, the whining crybabies and their supporters stamp their feet, scream and throw temper tantrums, demanding that they get their way, regardless of it violating the rights of the majority.

Now, another small minority of whining crybabies are denying daughters the chance to celebrate with their dads.

Brockman Elementary School in Forest Acres, South Carolina, city in the Columbia area, has just cancelled their annual Father-Daughter Dance because some whining crybabies complained that it excluded girls that didn’t have dads. The ironic part is that from the beginning of the invitations the dance was announced to be all inclusive meaning that even mothers and daughters were welcome to show up.

The Father-Daughter Dance is an annual fund raiser for the school’s Parent Teacher Organization. This year the dance has already raised $1,000 for the local PTO.

According to Karen York, a spokeswoman for the Richland One School District:

“There were a few parents that did not think the father-daughter dance was inclusive, when actually, it was at all times,”

“It was never an event that was exclusive only to fathers and daughters. Mothers and anyone else who wanted to show up at the dance were certainly welcome to attend.”

“Right now, the principal is in communication with those parents that raised concerns about the father-daughter dance, as well as the vast majority of the other parents at the school.”

“There are father-daughter dances that are held at other schools, have been held at Richland One, and other districts here in Columbia, as well as across the country. In this particular instance at Brockman, there were some parents, fewer than 10, who raised concerns about the father-daughter dance.”

Yep, fewer than 10 whining crybabies were enough to cancel the dance for the majority. When will people learn that life itself is not all inclusive and that it’s impossible to include everyone in every event, function or decision.

The problem is that America has a generation or two that have been taught that everything in life is all about them and that they should feel entitled to have the world handed to them on a silver platter. They feel entitled to nice homes, well-paying jobs, cell phones, computers, internet access, etc. without working and earning these things for themselves. The end result is an entire generation of whining crybabies who wail and scream at every little thing just like a two-year-old child. And the scary thing about this is that these are our future leaders.


Dave Jolly

R.L. David Jolly holds a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and an M.S. in Biology – Population Genetics. He has worked in a number of fields, giving him a broad perspective on life, business, economics and politics. He is a very conservative Christian, husband, father and grandfather who cares deeply for his Savior, family and the future of our troubled nation.

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