You know, there’s one thing about good friends that is both a blessing and a curse.
They’re always there to commiserate with you when you go through hard or disappointing times. But at a certain point, if you don’t stop being a big, whiny baby, it’s your friends who are willing to suffer the slings and arrows in order to snap you out of it. They are the ones who care enough about you to pull you aside and say, “Dude. Get over it already. You’re starting to be a drag.”
I know this from personal experience. About sixteen years ago, I got royally dumped. And it hurt, okay? I was angry, betrayed, bitter and just a tiny bit unhinged over it.
And my closest friends were there to be a sounding board. They listened to me bitch and cry. Hell, they even took my side. They get it. Because they’ve all been there. Friends know when you need to vent. So they let me vent.
But then I just would not stop venting.
And like the good friends they are, they pulled me aside and said, “Jeeze, Dianny, enough! You have got to move on! Because honestly, being around you is starting to get on my nerves. Seriously, get over it already!”
Sure, it stung like a slap of ice cold water on your face. That’s why it’s both a blessing and a curse.
But that’s the vital role of your friends – to be honest with you even when you’re acting like a bitter, angry shrew.
And that brings me to Rerun — that losing Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.
Does Stacey not have any friends in her life?
She lost to Brian Kemp nearly seven months ago and she’s still bitching.
Honestly, how can anyone with friends go on a seven month tear and not get a firm, but much-needed smack of reality from someone who cares?
The other day, Rerun was at it again while speaking at John Podesta’s bastard child The Center for American Progress:
“I would argue that identity politics is exactly who we are,” this seemingly friendless woman said, “and it’s exactly how we won.”
Honey, you didn’t win.
Where are this woman’s friends?!
Is there nobody close to her that has the common decency to pull her aside and tell her it’s starting to get old?
The endless complaining, the constant carping, the refusal to concede – no true friend would let this go on for seven freaking months.
Honestly, Stacey Abrams’ Hillary Clintonesque denial is reaching critical mass.
She, like Hillary, needs friends to stage an intervention.
Of course, Hillary doesn’t have any friends. She has hangers-on, underlings and fan-girls, but no friends.
Is the same true for Rerun?
This kind of bitter delusion may play well to the angry ResistanceLOL that still has not accepted President Trump’s 2016 victory.
But here on Planet Earth, among sane people, denial this deep makes you look, well, insane.
Friends know how to stop this kind of madness. So where in Lucifer’s reach are Stacey Abrams’ friends?
One thing’s for sure. If this delusional gal does toss her red beret into the 2020 Democrat Primary, it will confirm my suspicions that, like Hillary, Rerun has no friends.
Hat tip: The Free Beacon.
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