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The Whiny 53 have got their own Tumblr blog!. This angrily self-reliant American claims to have worked her ass off for everything she has, which might be true if you don't count the taxpayer-funded college education she admits to receiving. worked your ass off and got good grades in college but you still can't construct a sensible argument. Methinks our taxpayer dollars have been wasted...


Was taxpayer money wasted on this woman's college education?

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  •  Photoshopped testimonials (2+ / 0-)
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    middleagedhousewife, janmtairy

    pay them no mind.

    Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance.

    by Horace Boothroyd III on Sun Oct 23, 2011 at 02:31:58 PM PDT

  •  You wanna know what's sad? (0+ / 0-)

    The so-called 53% willfully blind themselves to the simple fact that they are as much captives of corporate greed as the rest of us. I mean, what could possibly be gained by falling for the old divide-and-conquer tactic that the GOP and their big business interests have utilized numerous times in the past?

    Sun Tzu, and later Miyamoto Musashi, teach in their respective tactical masterworks that the goal of victory in battle is to achieve said victory without even having to make a move, let alone use any resources. The main staple of these strategies is to psych the opponent into defeating themself.

    Those that subscribe to the angry, counterproductive and comparitively incoherent argument of the 53% that paid their taxes last year,"unlike the rest of us libruhls," are suffering under a profound delusion of superiority and merely seek to see themselves get screwed over a little bit less than the rest of their fellow Americans, should the unleaded evil of the current Republican Tea Party regain complete control of our government instead of just the Supreme Court and the House.

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