The latest elitist dickweed liberal Democrat to belittle the working-class they claim to fight for is Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York, who recently called a flight attendant a “bitch”:
Sen. Chuck Schumer loves the sound of his own voice, but it carried a bit farther than he might have liked on the US Airways shuttle from New York to Washington on Sunday.
According to a House Republican aide who happened to be seated nearby, the notoriously chatty New York Democrat referred to a flight attendant as a Ã¢â‚¬Å“bitchÃ¢â‚¬Â after she ordered him to turn off his phone before takeoff.
Ã¢â‚¬Å“The senator made an off-the-cuff comment under his breath that he shouldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t have made, and he regrets it,Ã¢â‚¬Â Schumer spokesman Brian Fallon told Shenanigans.
Add Chuck’s insult to the list of other congressional liberals who demonstrate deep respect for the working people they claim to fight for every day:
— Cynthia “Crazy We Can Believe In” McKinney punched a U.S. Capitol Police officer when she was a Rep. from Georgia. McKinney later expressed sincere regret that the officer ran into her knuckles.
— Patrick Kennedy admitted that he “acted rudely” to an airport security guard — the guard claimed Kennedy grabbed and shoved her. In any case, Kennedy did what Kennedys always do to get out of trouble — paid the person off.
— When Jason Mattera, who happens to be a constituent of Charles Rangel, asked the New York congressman why he spends over $750 a month of taxpayer money for his car lease, Rangel told Mattera to “mind your own goddam business.”
And of course Nancy “Stretch” Pelosi referred to the hard-working American tea-partiers who were peacefully demonstrating over the summer as swastika-carrying Nazis:
Liberal politicians hate the working class (you don’t try to enslave and impoverish people you like, fer cryin’ out loud), and occasionally it really shines through.
But it isn’t entirely fair to say all liberal politicians loathe the working class. Sometimes liberals care about the working class so much that they’ll go so far as to help them make a sandwich.