Thank God it’s Friday! And for everything else.
Which Democrat will have the honor of losing to Brownback in a face-to-face match-up? My money’s on Billary, but I suppose some think it will be Obama bin Laden. Discuss that, or, not.
UPDATE: A reader sent me this piece of idiocy, from those Krazy Kossack Klowns.
I’ve heard “lazy” accusations toward the poor throughout my life, I’m sure you have too. No one ever says “that rich person is lazy.” I believe laziness comes in all forms of income categories. There are no statistics to back up “lazy” accusations toward the poor. In my opinion, accusing the poor in general of being lazy is asinine and the only conclusion I can come to is that the accuser is an elitist.
My previous experiences when defending the poor, or the middle class for that matter, are accusations of class warfare. The definition of “class warefare” is; The conflict between social or economic classes. What this means to me is that class warfare is happening now. According to a Bloomberg-Los Angeles Times poll, the majority of Americans believe that the gap between the rich and poor is widening. With the income gap widening and the tension that seems to be rising amongst the Americans people, I’ve come to the conclusion that the accusation of class warfare must be true.
Discussing the situation of class warfare seems to be considered a taboo subject in the United States. The only time I hear the phrase is when a person is accused of trying to create classfare. When will it be ok to openly discuss the disparity between the rich and the poor? I predict never.
If anyone ever doubted that the Democrats were closet Communists, hopefully this has now disillusioned you.