I honesty don’t understand your point. I’m not dissing you I just really don’t understand what you are trying to say. Could please try again?
Perhaps your point wasn’t clear either.
What did you actually mean with “That’s what losers do.”.
What I meant with my remarks is that, people do get angry when things are not going their way, or when there are things that make them angry.
Boehner told Harry Reid to “F” himself, after Reid angered him with his remarks relating to negotiations on the “fiscal cliff”.
Republicans, including FReepers, had the right to feel angered by what occurred in the elections, and so, perhaps many of them let out steam by issuing a few insults and “expletive deleted” type of remarks.
Was Boehner a loser?
If so, then so were most republicans in November, and especially those republicans who were removed from their positions in congress.
Boehner lost the argument with the fiscal cliff negotiations, and I’m pretty sure he was pissed. He, just like most other humans with emotions, let out some steam by using the “F” word and directing it at Reid. He probably felt the same towards Obama and most democrats that day.
What I was saying is that, you must be one of those that doesn’t get angry because, you must always be a winner at everything, and losing the elections was no problem, and the fiscal cliff negotiations also didn’t anger you, and therefore, you couldn’t get angry and would never have a need to use any kind of insulting remarks towards.
Do I need to clear that up even more? I didn’t think that I was being cryptic or that my remarks were “gibberish”. But, for your sake, I had to go write a “book” in order to clear up a simple English set of comments.