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  •  That's a money quote... (2+ / 0-)
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    Egalitare, tb mare

    Along w/ Wall St. gravitating to mittens, for campaign ads. Both expose the true agenda of their party: class warfare at its finest.

    I have been thinking recently - the "job creators at the top" argument could be flipped effectively. Why? Because their argument is one against competition in the marketplace by insinuating that they are the only ones capable of producing work. This means, in fact, that they do not believe in the entrepreneurial spirit of America and its citizens. They do not in fact even want to allow Americans to climb the ladder of opportunity. They do not in fact believe in competition.

    Every American is a potential job creator, but Republicans don't want to give them the chance.  

    They hate America for everything that's best about it, because they are scared sh!$less we will remove them from their power positions given the opportunity, which is exactly what would happen. Military chickenhawks, economic chickenhawks, and just plain chicken.

    Slap happy is a platform.

    by averageyoungman on Mon Oct 17, 2011 at 01:54:40 PM PDT

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