Vice of the petty poor

Constricting vice plagues the minds of the politically-placated and perennially-petty poor;

clamping down on already-limited potential;

animating, among the nobly indignant indigents, an especially awkward addiction: that of derisively dismissing everyone’s burdens and battles but their own — even while decrying a dearth of pity from the very same people whom the blithely bellicose bums look up to, in order to look down upon.

From time to time, these sniveling, slithering, self-worshiping, sanctimonious snakes lift their philosophical fangs from the flesh of their scapegoated hosts — but just long enough to brag: to opine about a time when they, the snakes, were bitten worse.

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