Thanks Mayor Bloomberg and NY Supreme Court Justice Michael Stallman for showing us how to directly wage class warfare over your obligations as public servants.
Bloomberg’s Net Worth: 19 Billion; Party: Independent (previously Republican)
the whole Herman Cain interview stumble reveals, most of all, how hollow conservative opposition to the President is.
they hear the name Obama and they immediately knee jerk into the standard “oppose”; regardless of how informed they are of how events transpired or what his stance on policy is.
this isn’t just a trend for conservatives (even though its totally left our country shit out of luck in terms of a productive Congress); but its also the trend for anti establishment liberals, libertarians, political-hipsters, non conformists, etc.
dissent is a form of patriotism, but it should be the result of an the inability to reason out favorable understanding; not default.
compromise makes great leadership.
thanks Herman, for revealing how transparent (and hollow) your logic is.
“do I have pizza on my lips? … back to your question. Libya? what did the President say? well, my answer would have to be the exact opposite of that. next question.”
— 18th century slave auction; ann coulter
what is it the mainstream media doesnt get about the march on wall st? it isnt about hating “obama’s economy” its about corporate america.
oh wait. i answered my own question.
Equal rights for all!
Lets celebrate modernity and equality with a reverence for our antique literature. eh?
As a response to the great depression we built a wall of entitlements. As a response to the great recession there is a political movement that seeks to dismantle our social safety net and entirely restrict our government’s ability to provide quality oversight and regulation.