Alright, That’s Enough On Graeme Frost
I did some research into the Frost family last night but was just going to let it go, no need to pile on, etc. But Think Progress doesn’t seem to want to let it go. So, I’m posting what I turned up after I say my piece.
See those faces at Right? No, not the kids. This was never about the kids, Graeme, or otherwise. It’s tragic that they were injured so severely. But it’s also tragic that apparently F Halsey Frost, otherwise known as Daddy here, never learned to take responsibility for himself, or give up options he wasn’t prepared to support. Why bother, one can always call on the American taxpayer for that?
This story is about the parents, Bonnie and F. Halsey Frost who grew up with all the advantages and, despite what I might assume is a liberal view on abortion, not only most likely support that free choice; if someone wants to have kids, they apparently believe it’s cool to play with wood, or hold low-paying, fun, or perhaps lower stress jobs without having to worry about providing for whatever number of moppets one might feel like dropping into the world. I guess it’s, let someone else pay for it, in their world view. I’m thinking F H learned that and little else from his Daddy.
Do they have any idea of the number of people who stay in less than great jobs precisely so their kids can have excellent benefits? It’s called sacrifice, something Bonnie and F don’t seem to think is their job. Nah, let’s leave that to American taxpayers, many of whom don’t even make as much as they do and certainly don’t have the long line of private schools in their past.
How about getting Dad to cash in on the vintage 1956 T-Bird, 56 being the year he graduated from Princeton, F H? Doesn’t he care enough about his Grand kids? I mean, that question’s fair game, right? After all, you weren’t too ashamed to put it to us by allowing your child to be used by a liberal political machine, right?
That’s the car that recently won him third place in an antique car show. He has money to help send the Princeton Band on the road – how about calling Dad next time you need some help instead of trying to reach into the collective pocket of the American taxpayers, you irresponsible, simpering wimp.
I hate to pile on here, but some of what I’ve been reading given a deeper search kind of steams me. Following up on Michelle’s post on Graeme Frost, meet Mr. and Mrs. A. Corwin Frost of Bronxville, N.Y.
That would be Princeton ’56, as in they were able to cough up some dough to help send the Princeton Band to San Diego. Take third place in the Manchester Antique and Classic Car Show with their ’56 T-bird. Must have been fun tooling around Princeton in that, I’d bet. Of course now, they’re reduced to tooling around in "affluent" Bronxville – Corwin is Chairman of the Planning Board – keen to keep the riff-raff out of the hood, or so it seems.
"The more we hear, the more we think he may be an undesirable guy," said Frost. "We don’t know his real motivation."
Bronxville is an affluent bedroom community of 6,200 people in southern Westchester County, about 15 miles from mid-town Manhattan. In a one-square-mile village dominated by Tudor, Victorian and colonial homes, Green’s warehouse home would be by far the largest and most peculiar.
There was money for the Alumni Walkway at a Private School in Bronxville, looks like Corwin went from there straight to Princeton. I assume he does alright given this billion dollar NJ project he ran. There are three generations of Frost architecture in the archives of American Art.
Yes, the Frost children are victims, but not of conservatives. They look more like victims of a couple of mostly spoiled brats who became parents and never felt compelled to take responsibility for themselves when it came to the bottom line on that. There are poor people in America who need help, particularly as regards Health care. The point is, the family above shouldn’t be and simply aren’t among them. Call Dad next time you want some bucks FH. And kindly leave the rest of America’s collective wallet the hell alone.
Or, hey, get a second job with benefits. I’ve done that more than once in my life when I needed the cash. And do it before you let Graeme tell the media how much you struggle to take care of him, because there are enough people in America who really do struggle with these issues. And when they take a look at your lot in life they are left far from impressed and unmoved to cough up one thin dime so you can enjoy afternoons playing with your lathe, or whatever the hell else it is you do in your factory.
I don’t see someone who needs my help in F Halsey Frost. I see a simpleton and a loser who had more kids than he could afford and doesn’t appear to have given up very much in life to deal with that situation. Who knows, maybe Dad figured it out, too and cut him off. What the hell, there’s always welfare, right?