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Right arm Jessica!
I’m sure you’ve had allllllll kinds of personal interaction with unions and their members so are qualified to speak on their behalf.(knowing smirk)
Puhlllleeeeeeeze, puuuuuhhleeeeeze, if you are in Phoenix walk into any police or fire station and tell them how much better off dealing with the city they would be without their union.
•A narcissist’s relationships are wildly asymmetrical and hypocritical — he expects concessions that he wouldn’t dream of granting to others.
•A narcissist feels entitled to things that defy reason.
•To a narcissist, nothing is ever good enough, and it’s always someone else’s fault.
•Narcissists struggle to disassociate themselves from personal accountability, for example by using a plural pronoun where a singular one would make more sense. Saying “we are unhappy” is preferred over “I am unhappy,” because an imaginary plural entity can’t be bargained with.
•Narcissists, eager to take credit when things go right, refuse to accept responsibility when things go wrong, and cannot engage in constructive self-criticism.
•Narcissists cannot see how their behavior looks to others, and if confronted by their own behavior in another, refuse to accept it.
Sound like a political party we loathe?
Remember this is not just a usual mostly incorrect idea of narcissism. These types mostly cannot be reasoned with or helped, because of course they are not wrong.
Which means you are.
Ouch! brutal snarker]]>