I realized that bullying never has to do with you. It’s the bully who’s insecure.  ~Shay Mitchell


I was going to write a longwinded commentary on this topic, luckily for me, and more probably for you, my work is taking over my life. As you know I rarely, if ever, speak of politics on this blog. I find the subject to be very private to an individual and very polarizing to a group. That said, I want to just throw something up here for you to think about. As you know cyber-bullying is the use of electronic technology to torment, threaten, harass, humiliate, embarrass or otherwise target a victim.  I’m sure you find this behavior abhorrent, I know I sure do. Heck, the sad part is, when it’s someone in authority doing the bullying and his followers find the behavior acceptable. This kind of “group think” typically creates a rather hostile atmosphere, don’t you think?

Not sure what I’m talking about? I was reading The New York Times  over the weekend and ran across an article on Donald Trump.  I wonder if some of his followers realize their candidate is such a bullying hack. And the article, seen here , doesn’t even include Trump’s most recent rally implying Iowan’s are stupid if they believe Ben Carson’s story about an alleged stabbing. I reckon that’s a rather odd way to grab a vote or two. Anyway,  that said, just wanted to throw this out there, because shielded and disguised  bullying is no different from any other form of bullying in my opinion but it’s just my wooden nickel worth.


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15 thoughts on “Bully

  1. I don’t know if I agree. I know/knew a bully who thought he was always the smartest person in the room and was entitled to bully anybody he wanted to….there wasn’t an insecure bone in his body.

      1. Unfortunately, I was married to him for almost forty years. The path of destruction he left in my life is something that I know I will never recover from….not to mention the incurable STD he passed on to me.

  2. Well, I am not a big fan of the way politics in this country has become less about public service and more about money and influence. That goes for all political creatures, regardless of party affiliation. I suppose at least this fellow is not crafting his speech to ‘play’ the part of a perfect candidate and make himself appealing. You know exactly what you are getting with this guy. I wish we could hear what is in the hearts and minds of all the candidates, without the spin. Then we would all know what we are getting if we vote for the individual. In the end, we all have one vote. Listen, read between the lines, and choose carefully.

    or maybe just run screaming form the building? Isn’t wonderful to have options?

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