The Five Stages of GriefSubmitted by freewillobjector on Tue, 08/28/2012 - 22:03
It’s not in their interest to act in yours…
Submitted by freewillobjector on Thu, 08/23/2012 – 13:18. Permalink
That is why it is always YOU that has to compromise.
You saw what William Wallace got when he attempted to collaborate with Robert the Bruce… Your hubris here is unbelievable!
Submitted by Teafortwo on Fri, 08/24/2012 – 00:25. Permalink
Shut the F up you perverted PAID commie objector. Eject yourself from life and save the planet. Off yourself….. Buh BYE!
Ron Paul is da man.
I take it…
Submitted by freewillobjector on Fri, 08/24/2012 – 03:04. Permalink
that you never have dealt with disappointment in life? Well let me inform you about the five stages of grief. Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance… Apparently YOU are stuck in stage two! You still have a ways to go!
Submitted by The Granger on Thu, 08/23/2012 – 17:12. Permalink
You think you’re smarter and better than Ron Paul. I don’t think you are. I think Ron Paul is right on! I think you’re NOT.
If that’s hubris.. I’m happy to own it!”
What you have just been exposed to (as well as subjected to in my case) are two prime examples of the five stages of grief in action.
First there is denial that the faith-based ideology that brought one such hopes and aspirations, simply evaporated, and cannot be resurrected or saved from it’s final state. The reaction to this disappointment on such a grand scale and personal internal level is to lash out in vicious and vitriolic anger at those who conflict or question the faith-based ideology on the basis of objective and incontrovertible factual information. Trying desperately in vain to restore hope for the fulfillment of the ideology.
Then we see bargaining....