How unfortunate that those accusing the Brewers of indifference and entitlement are projecting their own entitlement. These individuals clearly assert they believe anything in and around their community is their property. Don't own it? It doesn't matter. They had a fond memory there once, or they rumble by it on their commute, so it's theirs, always. They aren't willing to compromise, aren't willing to wield logic or reason, and instead make wide-sweeping, breathtakingly ignorant assertions about not only what "makes a farmer," but what constitutes being a good person. Perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised, then, that such cheap couriers of cold condescension feel justified in speaking so confidently on indifference.
Really, the arrogance on display is incredible. "If I don't like something, it can't be done!" Sadly, this ragtag gang of whiners and babies are so over-the-top with their wild, reckless, and ill-conceived protestations that their public accusations are now bordering on libel. Yet all the while, they smugly revel in the stench of their own self-righteousness.
While a few of those with concerns are no doubt decent folks, it appears that the most vocal are nothing more than a motley group of bullies and discontents with a dubious grasp of both contemporary society and old-fashioned manners. They spend their days slamming "carpetbaggers" and "soulless capitalists" "masquerading" as farmers, tragically unaware--or perhaps blissfully delighted--by the sham that is their masquerade as decent human beings.
These self-proclaimed arbiters of peace and defenders of community values are now threatening to boycott weddings to assuage their inflated egos. That's right… the 'ole, "We're such good people and so in the right, we're going to make it our mission to ruin the biggest day of other peoples' lives!" angle.
How hilarious… and sad. Protesting the events of innocents with the express purpose of deleteriously affecting their lives, all in the name of zealously championing their twisted sense of “what’s right.” It’s almost like ripping a page straight out of the Westboro Baptist Church Protestation Playbook.
Perhaps instead of engaging in 24/7 character assassination, the entitled within the community should heed their own snotty advice and tend to their own farms. After all, if their actions are any indication, their crops—like their minds—are withering.
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