The sense of entitlement Beto O’Rourke has openly shown throughout his life is not sitting well with his fellow Democrats.
After he proclaimed he was “born to be in” the presidential race, other Democrat candidates have made it quite clear that O’Rourke will be among the first candidates targeted to eliminate from the running ahead of 2020.
Sense of Entitlement
O’Rourke is typical of many liberal Democrats today.
He thinks he is entitled to things, rather than having to earn them.
This is an attitude that has been present since his childhood years.
Recently, a very disturbing article O’Rourke wrote as a teenager was revealed. In it, he talked about murdering innocent children, citing happiness that he was entitled to.
As Americans, we are guaranteed the pursuit of happiness — but happiness is not something anyone is entitled to.
O’Rourke’s most recent words about entitlement make it clear that the Beto of the 1990s, who got a DUI and was a punk rocker, is the same man on the dais today.
Indeed, there is a lot about O’Rourke for Democrats not to like.
But most importantly, his most recent comments that have been perceived to be sexist are already creating havoc, and it will only get worse moving forward.
Several of the other candidates in the race have not been shy about taking shots at Beto.
On that list are Cory Booker, fellow Texan Julian Castro, and Amy Klobuchar.
The fact that O’Rourke is from Texas should also worry Democrats. He would have no chance of carrying his home state in an election.
He could not even unseat Ted Cruz during a Senate race, so he has no chance of beating out Trump in a general election.
The fact is, O’Rourke is the very essence of what most Americans despise: a privileged man who, rather than appreciating the opportunities available to him, abused his father’s influence by getting out of several legal problems simply because of who his father was and who his father knew.