Bullyeer or bullyee?

When is it appropriate to become the bullyeer instead of the complacent bullyee?  Not too long ago, the British Kingdom bullied us because we didn’t think it was right to be taxed without someone representing us at the discussion.  We came out of our complacent cocoon and fought them and in case you haven’t read the last page of the comic book, we won.

A man by the name of Adolph Hitler decided to bully everyone on all sides of Germany. He wanted to rule Europe and eventually, the rest of the world.  The U.S. got involved and fought a war on both sides of the world, and won. 

Nowadays we have those that don’t like what an entity does.  Remember the baker, Jack Phillips in Lakewood, Colorado, who refused to bake a wedding cake for a homosexual couple?  He refused because of his religious belief.  He faced many lawsuits. 

According to dailywire.com, dated March 23, Chick-Fil-A has been refused a spot in the San Antonio airport because of the owner’s religious belief and inclination.  Councilmember Treviño said, “San Antonio is a city full of compassion, and we don’t have room in our public facilities for a business with a legacy of anti-LGBTQ behavior.” (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer).  The article continued, “…the Left continues to claim the restaurant as a whole discriminates against LGBTQ Americans, even though no such discrimination has been reported inside a restaurant.”  They don’t advertise their dislike for homosexuals or send those who are homosexual to Siberia or the gas chamber. 

I think it is time for us self-righteous Homo sapiens to set down our champagne bottles and put the black Russian caviar in the fridge (or gut) and remove our overly politically corrected and inflated posteriors from our over sized recliners and start suing those who are suing the ones who are trying to make a living selling cakes or chicken sandwiches.  It is time for us to become the bullyeer and not the bullyee; it is time to fight back.  I know the experts, such as Dr. Suess, say a child shouldn’t fight or be disciplined.  If your child burns your house down, you should immediately get for him a dozen boxes of kitchen matches.  You must remember that an expert is not telling you facts, he is expressing his opinion.

Dale Schunke

Tucson, Arizona