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  •  The Only Question Voters Need To Ask Themselves (18+ / 0-)

    When we go out on the campaign trail against Romney, I have one simple question to ask the 99% of voters we encounter:

    "What makes you think that a man who is a member of the top 0.1% and has been for his whole life, and who has made his billions primarily from helping to layoff thousands of workers from the 99%, gives a rats ass about you?"

    Oh you might get into a little debate with some voters who will try to come up with reasons, but I'll bet a good share will go home thinking about this question and not coming up with a good enough answer for them to vote for old Willard.

    "Some men see things as they are and ask, 'Why?' I dream of things that never were and ask, 'Why not?"

    by Doctor Who on Fri Jan 06, 2012 at 07:02:29 PM PST

    •  Excellent, but substitute "millions" for "billions (6+ / 0-)
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      Kinak, deben, Palafox, Matt Z, LarryNM, michaeloberg

      Mittens is supposed to be worth 100,000,000.  Nowhere near a billion.  Small point. Every time Mittens name is mentioned, it should be pointed out he's a member of the 1%.  Perfect.  

      Occupy The Voting Booth - vote for candidates that represent your Occupy values.

      by mumtaznepal on Fri Jan 06, 2012 at 07:11:13 PM PST

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    •  Sadly, imo, a variation on Stockholm syndrome (0+ / 0-)

      A variation on Stockholm syndrome/Identity politics

      They live vicariously through the reflected glory and success of their Corporate Masters, whose success proves conclusively that said Masters are God’s anointed, so I want to be in that group too.  Everyone else is a lazy, dirty hippy, pathetic liberal, traitor, unchristian—oh, the list of “Them” pejoratives in the RW playbook is long.  

      Every one wants to be a winner, or think he’s a winner.

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