Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Teapot? Kettle?

In this most recent attempt of a long line of failed attacks, Palin has been repeatedly tried to accuse Obama of being a Socialist.

All this because he does not believe the majority of wealth in the US should be concentrated in the top .1%.

People, are you in this top.1%? Cause if you are, you have every reason to dislike Obama. BUT I'm going to guess you're not in this top .1%, and if you're not, why the fuck would you vote republican? You understand they don't give a flying fuck about you right? Unless you're making a crap load of money, they think you're just as bad as anyone else. Yes, they don't think you're any better than those damn liberal hippies your broke ass bitch.

Also, if you're not in this top .1%, why wouldn't a little redistribution of wealth be that bad? Are you doing that well right now? If you are, good for you, but most of the country is not.

Stop thinking you're in the top .1% you jackass. You're not now, and you probably will never be (barring a lottery win or freakish inheritance). I'm not trying to be mean or negative, just being realistic.

They don't care about your beliefs. They don't really care about your religion or what your values are. All they care about is how big your wallet is.

Know that.

OK, back to my original point of this post.

A few years ago, a certain governor said the following. I'll let you guess who said it.

"And Alaska - we're set up, unlike other states in the union, where it's collectively Alaskans own the resources. So we share in the wealth when the development of these resources occurs."

Hmm... we share in the wealth? Why, that sure does sound a little socialist doesn't it?

1 comment:

Mrs. Monkey said...

It's amazing how they make it sound like Obama wants to TAKE money from these people and GIVE it to us, like a cash check. When what he's talking about is TAX fairness. And spending it on things that benefit EVERYONE, like roads, schools, and things that help anyone who uses publicly owned things. How about paying down our national debt. It's not like I'm gonna make more, but get to keep a little more of what I EARNED.