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Remember the GOP screaming "Class Warfare"?

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Remember when we brought up income inequality and Republicans on the USMB and across the country laughed and said things like "Jealous much" and "stop being a crybaby" and "get out and work"?

And now, the VERY SAME REPUBLICANS are complaining that it's because of Obama that income inequality has grown. Does anyone believe the GOP is against income inequality? Will this be a serious and believable campaign issue for them?
 

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Remember when we brought up income inequality and Republicans on the USMB and across the country laughed and said things like "Jealous much" and "stop being a crybaby" and "get out and work"?

And now, the VERY SAME REPUBLICANS are complaining that it's because of Obama that income inequality has grown. Does anyone believe the GOP is against income inequality? Will this be a serious and believable campaign issue for them?
If Romney runs, income disparity won't be a major issue for his campaign.
 

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Worry about yourself tard
 

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It IS because of the Lying Cocksucker in Chief.

He is the one that stole nearly One Trillion Dollars in porkulus money and gave it to his elitist pals.

It is because of him that the Fed was pumping One TRILLION DOLLARS a year into the 'economy'. Which, you wouldn't know but, that money goes straight to Banks.

Wealth Gap in America Caused by Federal Reserve Not Capitalism - Mic

Where Banks make money off of free money and buy stocks and lend some of it to their elitist pals and that's about it. It doesn't really trickle down to The People.

Manufacturing has slowed down under the Lying Piece of Filth in Chief. Know why? They don't trust him.

And I don't blame them. They'd rather do business in a Country that has leaders capable of being truthful and know that what they're told by those leaders -- Those leaders mean it.

This scumbag is a pathological liar. Nobody trusts him.

Maybe you do but guess what?

You don't matter
 

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Yes some liberal RINO's are bloviating about income inequality. Newflash I'm smarter than 99.9% of these losers I'm going to earn more, boo hoo get over it.
 

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Yes some liberal RINO's are bloviating about income inequality. Newflash I'm smarter than 99.9% of these losers I'm going to earn more, boo hoo get over it.

No you aren't

 

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Remember when we brought up income inequality and Republicans on the USMB and across the country laughed and said things like "Jealous much" and "stop being a crybaby" and "get out and work"?

And now, the VERY SAME REPUBLICANS are complaining that it's because of Obama that income inequality has grown. Does anyone believe the GOP is against income inequality? Will this be a serious and believable campaign issue for them?

My version of "class warfare" is to simply try to goad the wealthiest into insisting their public servants simply and merely, purchase the finest solutions money can buy, with an official Mint at their disposal.
 

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Remember when we brought up income inequality and Republicans on the USMB and across the country laughed and said things like "Jealous much" and "stop being a crybaby" and "get out and work"?

And now, the VERY SAME REPUBLICANS are complaining that it's because of Obama that income inequality has grown. Does anyone believe the GOP is against income inequality? Will this be a serious and believable campaign issue for them?

The GOP obviously made a collective decision to try to co-opt the income inequality issue, clearly because they realize Americans care about it.
 

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Remember when we brought up income inequality and Republicans on the USMB and across the country laughed and said things like "Jealous much" and "stop being a crybaby" and "get out and work"?

And now, the VERY SAME REPUBLICANS are complaining that it's because of Obama that income inequality has grown. Does anyone believe the GOP is against income inequality? Will this be a serious and believable campaign issue for them?
If Romney runs, income disparity won't be a major issue for his campaign.
He is losing donors to Jeb Boosh....
 

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Remember when we brought up income inequality and Republicans on the USMB and across the country laughed and said things like "Jealous much" and "stop being a crybaby" and "get out and work"?

And now, the VERY SAME REPUBLICANS are complaining that it's because of Obama that income inequality has grown. Does anyone believe the GOP is against income inequality? Will this be a serious and believable campaign issue for them?

The GOP obviously made a collective decision to try to co-opt the income inequality issue, clearly because they realize Americans care about it.
After the last Gallup poll, the economy and terrorism is at the top.....Notice how they jumped on abortion right out of the gate in the new GOP Congress..??
 

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Remember when we brought up income inequality and Republicans on the USMB and across the country laughed and said things like "Jealous much" and "stop being a crybaby" and "get out and work"?

And now, the VERY SAME REPUBLICANS are complaining that it's because of Obama that income inequality has grown. Does anyone believe the GOP is against income inequality? Will this be a serious and believable campaign issue for them?
The real question should be why haven't Dems done something other than crow about how well wall street is doing,unless its an opportunity to bash the right,can one be any more of a hypocrite?
 

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Remember when we brought up income inequality and Republicans on the USMB and across the country laughed and said things like "Jealous much" and "stop being a crybaby" and "get out and work"?

And now, the VERY SAME REPUBLICANS are complaining that it's because of Obama that income inequality has grown. Does anyone believe the GOP is against income inequality? Will this be a serious and believable campaign issue for them?
The real question should be why haven't Dems done something other than crow about how well wall street is doing,unless its an opportunity to bash the right,can one be any more of a hypocrite?
Yourself...
 

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Remember when we brought up income inequality and Republicans on the USMB and across the country laughed and said things like "Jealous much" and "stop being a crybaby" and "get out and work"?

And now, the VERY SAME REPUBLICANS are complaining that it's because of Obama that income inequality has grown. Does anyone believe the GOP is against income inequality? Will this be a serious and believable campaign issue for them?
The real question should be why haven't Dems done something other than crow about how well wall street is doing,unless its an opportunity to bash the right,can one be any more of a hypocrite?

Very good question

What can we do about it?

Increase minimum wage
Tax capital gains the same as earned income
Increase funding for healthcare
Make all education and healthcare expenses for the middle class tax free
Raise the tax rate for those making over $1million to 50%

How about it Republicans? Are you willing to stand up for the middle class?
 

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I don't remember any Republican screaming, "class warfare".

I do remember some Republicans and independents pointing out how Obama sides with black criminal thugs against the highly trained and racially sensitive Law Enforcement Officers.

I do remember Obama screaming to the masses on National TV that rich people were responsible for poor people being poor.

That, my friend, is "Class Warfare".
 

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so is collusion and conspiracy to deny and disparage the privileges and immunities of the least wealthy, under our form of Capitalism, regardless of the Socialism of our supreme law of the land.
 

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I do not believe that either party is interested in any kind of income equality.

One of my favorite quotes comes from Warren Buffett,
“There's class warfare, all right, but it's my class, the rich class, that's making war, and we're winning.”
 

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I do not believe that either party is interested in any kind of income equality.

One of my favorite quotes comes from Warren Buffett,
“There's class warfare, all right, but it's my class, the rich class, that's making war, and we're winning.”
it may be one reason why we have three separate branches of government.
 
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It IS because of the Lying Cocksucker in Chief.

He is the one that stole nearly One Trillion Dollars in porkulus money and gave it to his elitist pals.

It is because of him that the Fed was pumping One TRILLION DOLLARS a year into the 'economy'. Which, you wouldn't know but, that money goes straight to Banks.

Wealth Gap in America Caused by Federal Reserve Not Capitalism - Mic

Where Banks make money off of free money and buy stocks and lend some of it to their elitist pals and that's about it. It doesn't really trickle down to The People.

Manufacturing has slowed down under the Lying Piece of Filth in Chief. Know why? They don't trust him.

And I don't blame them. They'd rather do business in a Country that has leaders capable of being truthful and know that what they're told by those leaders -- Those leaders mean it.

This scumbag is a pathological liar. Nobody trusts him.

Maybe you do but guess what?

You don't matter
Manufacturing has slowed down? Here, take out a subscription to Manufacturing before you say something else stupid.

http://subscriptions.manufacturing.net/?cmpid=textadincontent
 

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