“Class Warfare”? COME ON.

Many of the wealthy earned their millions and billions on the backs of the people who work for them,┬áso since when is it “class warfare” to ask them to give back to the society that supported them? Eh?

Why are their rights more important than those of the people trying so hard to get through a single day? Huh? Can you tell me that?

You want to talk class warfare? Look in the mirror. Who’s that behind you? Just all the people who will become homeless if you don’t do something about jobs, something more than obstructing every plan that comes out of the White House. My way or the highway? Really? How would you like to become jobless?

Oh, wait. You’ll have perks for life. Never mind. The reality of everyday American life will never touch you.

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4 Responses to “Class Warfare”? COME ON.

  1. DM says:

    So perfectly written. And they really don’t care.

  2. Thanks, DM! Some days I have to remind myself that we are so fortunate in this country to have the right to vote. Some days I am tempted to turn my back on the whole process.

  3. Make up tips says:

    good post, added you to my RSS reader.

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