A long time ago, I heard a joke about an optimist. I am going to risk repeating it here. I hope it is not copyrighted. If it is, I apologize.
The story goes that the optimist fell off a 40 story building. As he passed each floor, he was heard to say, “I’m alright so far!”
Naturally, if it were real, that last floor would be a disaster.
My reason for telling the story is that it does somewhat illustrate the attitude of the dummycrats. While the looting and pillaging went on, the dummycrat mayors, the major news media and, of course, our wonderful dummycrat US Representatives all shout out in unison, “We’re okay so far!”
While the fires are being set and the bullets are flying, they say, “It’s okay. They are just lawfully demonstrating. So far, things are just fine.”
The problem should be easy to see, though the dummycrats have chosen to ignore it. Eventually, they will hit bottom. The problem is that they will not be the only ones paying the price. We all will. Moreover, when the disaster becomes apparent, even to them, they will beg and plead for help.
As usual, it will be the adults that will have to bail out the immature and thoughtless.
Then, there is the bigger possible problem. If they wait too long, the bailout might not be possible. It just might be too late. It is the danger of not looking before you leap.