Yeah, there’s anger everywhere. I’m surprised at it because the people that are angry are the people who are “winning”. Their people are” winning elections”, they’re winning on the “policy battles” and they’re still mad. They’re still angry. They’re perpetually angry! They’re perpetually enraged. And people have asked me why.
I don’t know. I can’t relate to being mad all the time. I don’t want to be mad all the time. I don’t want to wake up mad. I don’t want to go to bed mad. I don’t want to spend all day mad. There are a lot of people that do it, though, and I, frankly, I don’t understand it. It’s not something that I want to try to parse and analyze. All I know is that they’re not the people are going to get anything done. The constant complaining and whining and anger has got a root cause somewhere, and it all equals is unhappiness and dissatisfaction. And they end up striking out at people like Krinsky (Aguch-Merkoz), Shomrim, Hershkop, Shemtov, this Rov and that Rov etc… and blaming everybody else for the fact that they don’t feel very happy, when in fact they need to look inward.