As one highlight of the kind of brilliance you’re in for, his example for why we should follow his Marxist ideology in the US is Somalia.

I also love how these “f*#k the rich” people are always clutching their Apple iPhones and Sony camcorders, blissfully unaware of why that’s so funny. (language warning):

“It’s not jobs we need, it’s housing.”

Critical thinker, this one.

(h/t Fox Nation)


15 Responses to “Convention Protester of the Day: F*#k the Rich”

  1. archer on August 30th, 2012 2:17 pm

    I understand that housing is coming available in Detroit as regular as clockwork.

    Buses will be leaving from the corner shortly.

  2. archer on August 30th, 2012 2:19 pm

    And you won’t have to worry about jobs.

  3. archer on August 30th, 2012 2:31 pm

    What an exciting time to live. With this as a parent, I can’t wait to see the next generation in action.

    Plan to be retiring soon? Forgetaboutit!

  4. Marshall_Will on August 30th, 2012 3:32 pm

    I'm getting more upbeat feedback from the 20-somethings.

    In the early economic shock & awe, the transition from GWB bailing out AIG and The Coronation, it was perfectly acceptable for young people to openly express their doubts about the way our system works or worked.

    But that was FOUR YEARS AGO. Mooks still wallowing in self pity stand out like this sore thumb any more. As one of our great posters Dexter Alarius said; "Pick something between lettuce picker and CEO and get STARTED okay?"

    I think this set has gotten the message. And those that knuckled under 4 yrs. back and TOOK those entry level positions are now moving to shift/store/area manager. It's those BELOW voting age that continue to languish in the workforce.

  5. jeffythequick on August 30th, 2012 5:47 pm

    Is that Shepard Smith on the pic there? (I don't watch youtube at work…)

    Anyhow, I hope they keep buying those iPads, iPhones, and iMacs. My IRA appreciates each part they line up to give me… willingly.

  6. backwoodsconsr on August 30th, 2012 6:05 pm

    Before you watch it, put on your chest waders and have the garden hose ready to rinse yourself off.

  7. Marshall_Will on August 30th, 2012 7:21 pm

    Right, b/c the hip waders just didn't cut it.

    Especially the segment; "What makes you think it can work? Can you think of any examples where it HAS?"

    …. and about 10 million years of human civilization!"

    Really. Then why did our ancestors need CLUBS? Don't go mistaking a cooperative hunter/gatherer EXISTENCE for Shangri-la laddie. Mook-boy doesn't possess the the capicity to come up w/ that on his own. Obviously "Our Communist Neanderthal Ancestors" is now a course offering.

    Talk about re-writing history?

  8. backwoodsconsr on August 30th, 2012 7:25 pm

    Those who do not learn the lessons of history are doomed to repeat them. I have yet to talk to a Democrat voter who has any clue about the lessons of history.

  9. SignPainterGuy on August 30th, 2012 7:54 pm

    That`s because there are two beginnings of history; the day they were born and / or the FDR administration.

  10. backwoodsconsr on August 30th, 2012 8:04 pm

    You mean the Foolishly Directed Revenue administration?

  11. SignPainterGuy on August 30th, 2012 8:38 pm

    We would think of it that way, but it`s "their" history we`re talking about, soooo, let`s think in terms of Feverishly Delivering Restitution ! Perhaps even Feverishly Doling Rewards !

  12. backwoodsconsr on August 30th, 2012 8:53 pm

    Rewards is right. Roosevelt managed to win reelection in 1936 despite a horrible economy by directing federal jobs programs into the swing states in the months immediately preceding the election, so he could win votes by bragging about how much he was helping the people of those states. Many of the people hired got laid off after the election when the federal money ran out, but that didn't matter to FDR. He had what he wanted.

  13. SignPainterGuy on August 30th, 2012 9:16 pm

    That "I got mine …" attitude.

    The state just finished replacing the last CCC built bridge in town (1933 I think). Typical of government, the one that crosses the railroad was replaced / finished two years ago. It wasn`t even on the schedule and replaced by mistake. The one just finished was supposed to have been done then, but no one is complaining because IT had a wooden sub-road and constantly caused pavement breakage and the need for patching.

  14. backwoodsconsr on August 30th, 2012 9:31 pm

    Thomas Sowell loves to point out that what politicians do may not be rational from an economic standpoint, but it is rational from a political standpoint. People who believe they can count on politicians to help them out overlook the reality that politicians have the same human tendency to look out for themselves that everybody else does. Worry about getting reelected first and screw everything else.

  15. SignPainterGuy on August 30th, 2012 9:37 pm

    Fascinating that those same pols can take for granted that the electorate they screwed over will vote for them again and again. And disappointing !

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