It's *never* enough.That's liberalism, in a nutshell. You may be familiar with the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle (or a variant; there are many):http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PDCAWell, I tend to think that the liberal version of this is "Protest-Complain-Cheat-Whine." Note that Complain and Whine are very close, but they do a lot of it, so I felt the need to include the same concept twice. Protest, of course, represents OWS and similar activities that fly in the face of common sense. And Cheat, well, that runs through most of the liberal dogma, e.g., those screaming loudest for various regulations will not be subject to them, be they Obamacare, tax increases, gun regulations, EPA, etc.With liberals, it's always, "Do as I whine, not as I do." Liberalism means never having to say you're sorry.
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