We see liberal entitlement attitudes at all levels - from smug progressive urban ants to intolerant liberal suburbanites, these people are just insufferable in their pursuance of preferential treatment.
The entitlement from the liberal elite is stomach-turning.
We see their mass entitlement attitudes at all levels - from smug progressive urban ants to intolerant liberal suburbanites, these people are just insufferable in their pursuance of preferential treatment.
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Case in point - a Democrat congressman's wife took to Instagram in order to rant over the fact that her marriage counseling and mental health were not paid for by taxpayers.
As a congressman, her husband is gifted an Obamacare "gold" plan from Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Probably better coverage than what the average working-class American has.
This means, that while average Americans are barely able to pay for the skyrocketing costs of their crappy healthcare plan, she and her elite hubby are paying about a quarter of the premiums on their luxury insurance package.
And that's still not good enough for this little bespectacled D.C. Princess - who, by the way, looks like a carbon copy of AOC.
Democratic congressman Joe Cunningham's wife is furious that their taxpayer-subsidized healthcare plan declined to pay for therapy sessions, according to a rant on an insurance bill she posted on Instagram.
The South Carolina Democrat is currently serving his first term in Congress, where members are given access to Obamacare "gold" plans from Blue Cross Blue Shield and are responsible for paying about a quarter of the premiums. The plan is apparently not good enough for his wife, Amanda Cunningham, who told her Instagram followers she would be urging her husband to do something about it.
"I'm gonna have a little bit of a rant here on social media because I think this is important," she said on her Instagram story last week. "I've been going over my not-a-bill bill here from Blue Cross Blue Shield, and realizing that once again, all of my mental health therapy sessions are denied, in addition to all of our marriage counseling sessions."
"It's just mind-blowing to me that these basic well-known needs, that mental health is health care, are still being denied, that we're still fighting for these absolutely basic things, it's unbelievable to me," she said. "So I'm reaching out to my congressman -- yes, also my husband -- but saying, like, hey, what can we do about this? Let's go to the House floor, let's write a bill, I don't know what you do, but let's do it because this is ridiculous."
"This affects us, our family, it affects everyone else who's seeking mental health and needs support doing so," she concluded. "I'm just flabbergasted." [Washington Beacon]