One rainy afternoon, a group of protesters were gathered outside the grocery store handing out pamphlets on the “evils” of America.
I politely declined to take one.
There was an elderly woman behind me and a young female protester offered her a pamphlet, which she politely declined.
The young protester gently put her hand on the old woman’s shoulder and in a patronizing voice said, “Don’t you care about the children in other countries or our black children in America?”
The old woman looked up at her and said: “Honey, my father died in France during World War II, I lost my husband in Korea, and a son in Vietnam.
All three died so a naïve, ignorant, self-centered bimbo like you would have the right to stand here and badmouth our country. If you touch me again,
I’ll shove this umbrella up your ass and open it.”