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The more I listen to Herman Cain the more I like him. He's a straight shooter. Talking about the pinkos playing at protesting on Wall Street he said, "Don't blame Wall Street, don't blame the big banks, if you don't have a job and you're not rich, blame yourself."
Amen Brother. These spoiled brats are pissed off because they're not getting enough free stuff. Have you read their "demands?" It's a laugh riot. Or it would be, if supposedly sane people didn't take these clowns seriously. Ben Bernanke for instance. Dude oughta know better, dontcha think?
President Cain should fire his ass.
That's if we manage to have an election. One element of this "peaceful protest" (which if you've been paying attention has been anything but peaceful) is a recurring parallel with the French Revolution.
That's how it all started. The country's leader asking oligarchs and aristocrats to pay the same rates as common folk, for a while, especially since they already owned damn near everything. The answer given by the dukes and bishops and marquiseseses? Heck no! We're the ones keeping it all together. The managers and investors and owners and job-makers. The government can damn well keep its mitts out of our pockets. It's our money, not the state's. Now you can see where I'm going with this. So I won't spell out what happened next.
But just in case we aren't getting the message in full HD, Lauren Weinstein spells it out for us via his Privacy Forum Mailing List:
To assume that similar results couldn't happen here when enough people are frustrated and desperate, might be the biggest mistake our own "ruling class" could ever make. Possibly, their last mistake.
Yeah, and they say the Tea Partyers are always the ones threatening violence. Funny that I've never seen a guillotine at a Tea Party rally.
Obviously what we need is to re-elect a president who sticks to his class warrior schtick. Must be that "new tone" we keep hearing about.
So let's review. The Tea Party would like to see limited government and a return to the Founding Principles of our Republic. These protesters, who more than one leading Democrat is rushing to endorse, want to see blood in the streets. Because what this country really needs isn't another Thomas Jefferson, it's an American Robespierre.
And people call me crazy.
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