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When I was a younger adult, most people were familiar with the phrase – get over it. Very few considered themselves victims. When things happened, they understood that it’s all part of life and that being an adult meant in most cases that you grow up, get over it and move on.

Yes, there were lawsuits and some people were truly victimized, but with the popularity of liberals who convinced other liberals that they were victims of everything around them, America became a nation of lawsuits.

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said that he is tired and worn down by the attitude of everyone being a victim.

(Fox News) – Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said in a rare public appearance Thursday he’s exhausted with how everyone seems to consider themselves a victim these days.

“At some point, we’re going to be fatigued with everybody being the victim,” Thomas, the second African American to serve on the Supreme Court, said during an on-stage interview at the Library of Congress in Washington.

Thomas, a conservative appointed to the bench in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush, recalled recently being with a young black woman in Kansas who told him, “I’m really tired of having to play the role of being black. I just want to go to school.”

“I just get worn down,” Thomas said.

The justice said his grandfather had a tough life but never considered himself a victim…

Just because you don’t get everything the way you want it or life doesn’t treat you the way you think it should does not mean you are a victim. Parents teach their kids to grow up and get over things, and then they turn around and running to the nearest courthouse, crying that they are a victim because they didn’t get their way. I think it’s time America overhauls the judicial process for filing lawsuits.





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