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  •  Rich people are better than poor people (5+ / 0-)

    All rich people have earned all of their wealth through honest hard work.  Poor people are scum trying to create class warfare because they are full of envy and spite.  If someone is rich it means they are good.  If someone is poor it means they are bad.

    Have I got the GOP talking points down?

    •  Very good!! What I took away from the protest (8+ / 0-)

      today was how many shall we say... middle to upper middle class folks were there. Well dressed, nice cars in the parking lot. The Koch's and their friends can't look at the photos of the crowd that was there today and say it was a bunch of radical wierdos. Nope. Not gonna fly. I saw one 911-truther guy with a sign. And the strange lady carrying a cross, also carrying a sign saying she had surivived a far left wing attack. wow! Other than that - it was a typical crowd you'd see at a mall on a Sunday afternoon. I will say that most seemed to be my age (50) and older. Thank goodness for the younger ones who could keep up the chants! I was standing next to a couple of young gals that had great lungs! I hope that all those folks standing on the porch over there across the street are getting a little worried. They should be. It was my first "protest" and it won't be my last.

      "I have ferrets with fins" - African Cichlids. And (3 - nope....) 2 pooties too! Ren (crossed the Rainbow Bridge 10/19/10), Stimpy (16 yrs) and Rocky (4 yrs)

      by mrsgoo on Sun Jan 30, 2011 at 08:53:45 PM PST

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      •  go go mrsgoo !!! (1+ / 0-)
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        you WIN !!!!!!

        The Addington perpwalk is the trailhead for accountability in this wound on our national psyche. [ know: Dick Cheney's "top" lawyer.] --Sachem

        by greenbird on Sun Jan 30, 2011 at 10:01:41 PM PST

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