This past election has me thinking about winners and losers.
In every game (or election) there has to be a winner and a loser, right?
So tell me…. why is it that some people can’t take losing fare and square ?
Let’s look up the definition of winner and loser, as we dissect this entire process.
- a person or thing that loses or has lost something, especially a game or contest.
- a person or thing that is put at a disadvantage by a particular situation or course of action
- a person or thing that wins something.
- one that is successful especially through praiseworthy ability and hard work.
- b : a victor especially in games and sports.
- c : one that wins admiration
Thinking about the word LOSER. A person is put at a disadvantage. When you’re losing, you’re automatically at a disadvantage, right?
Winning is success due to praiseworthy ability
Taking Trump into consideration– what’s praiseworthy about the way he has carried himself the last 4 years.
I’M WAIITNG …
I’m probably thinking of a few items that can be commended.
One being the stimulus check that was disbursed to individual because of the Coronavirus.
Most Republicans are jumping on the bandwagon to say there was election tampering and cheating during the election.
For one, we would not have needed to vote by mail if we were told about the pandemic in January when the president knew about it.
However, here we are needing to consistently wear masks and socially distance ourselves for the past 8 months.
GAME OVER !
Game Over. No one likes losing, but when I lose I concede. That’s the way the ball bounce.
If a friend and I played a game,, best out of 5. (Game being recorded) I won 2 and my opponent won 3, He thinks I cheated on my 2 wins , so he wants a replay (we were recording the game) .
Should I contest the 3 he won? Because maybe he cheated by winning 3.
What if we did a replay & we noticed he really didn’t win 3? What happens then? Pie in his (my friend) face 😂
So, my point is, Trump should concede and leave well enough alone because he just might end up with pie in his face.