by David Safier
Awhile back, in a post titled, Is Kavanagh somewhat warped?, I linked together a few sneering "It won't kill you" comments he made, referring to people who complained about cuts to education. At the end, I wrote,
My experiences with bullies is that they tend to be babies about any pain that's inflicted on them. They have a sensitive side, when it's their own skin. In preschool, the kid who constantly pushes and shoves is the first one to yell, "Teacher, Johnnie stepped on my toe!"
That's how I interpreted Kavanagh's comment during yesterday's budget battles.
That's a "Poor me" statement if I ever heard one, dressed up as a dig. "Teacher, tell Krysten and David to stop picking on me!"