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90-percent

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50. Romney compared to the Kennedy's
Sat Apr 14, 2012, 11:04 AM
Apr 2012

OMFG!

JFK was a compassionate LEADER that was at the forefront of a new American era of Peace and Prosperity for all. He was a beacon of hope for a better future and for what America could be for all of us.

Bobby in his later years was simply a beautiful and compassionate person. His speeches during the 1968 Presidential Campaign and his Indianapolis speech the day M.L. King was assassinated was filled with love and hope and compassion for others and greatness. There were riots all over the country from the killing, but there was no such thing happening in Indianapolis, perhaps from Bobby's compassion alone?

Teddy was the Liberal Lion for his entire Senate Career and crafted legislation to help the less fortunate all the freaking time.

And then the second generation Kennedy's - gets a little fuzzy info wise for me here, but Bobby JR. is a beautiful person doing beautiful work on behalf of the less fortunate all the time. Still plugging away for justice and fairness any way he can.

Romney-the-Vulture-Capitalist is a different can of worms. He seems to be compassionate only about growing his already staggering fortune even further regardless of the human misery and wrecked lives his form of "enterprise" creates.


I find Mitt to be the epitome of everything wrong with America today. The poster boy of crony capitalism and greed is good and dismantling perfectly fine companies so as to extract the maximum amount of money, wrecked human lives and livelihood be damned.

Why the hell America should even be considering such a SOCIOPATHIC GREEDHEAD for President is beyond my comprehension. Mitt and his Country Club Crony Capitalists are the the root cause of the economic inequality we are currently immersed in at record levels of unfair weath distribution.

Has anybody ever made a body count of jobs Mitt destroyed vs. jobs he created in his business pursuits? That would be one hell of an interesting factoid!

We are the 99% and our country is seriously considering electing a member of the .01%; the fuckers that wrecked everything for all of us? THAT DOES NOT COMPUTE!

All they got us money. We got numbers and boots on the ground. If 99% of us can't beat these 1% fuckers in an election, then we'll deserve our fate! I hope we as a nation aren't that fucking stupid!

-90% Jimmy

Love me some Rudie malaise Apr 2012 #1
And as usual, the Rude One hits the nail on the head. Bake Apr 2012 #2
WTF NeverEnuff Apr 2012 #3
Any nursing home aides out there? wendylaroux Apr 2012 #4
my wife is working right now with mentally and psychically disabled adults madrchsod Apr 2012 #24
bless her wendylaroux Apr 2012 #32
How about hotel maids? Iwillnevergiveup Apr 2012 #38
I did that. pamela Apr 2012 #42
I was a nurse's aide, and then an RN. Bette Noir Apr 2012 #39
I had to give my dog a bath in the bath tub the other day Maraya1969 Apr 2012 #51
The Rude one speaks for me on this.... K&R nt riderinthestorm Apr 2012 #5
To paraphrase The Rock: hifiguy Apr 2012 #6
smooch. smooch. love the rude one and LOVE this piece. cali Apr 2012 #7
On closer inspection... you are SO right! On every level! secondwind Apr 2012 #8
He is poetic as always. nt Guy Whitey Corngood Apr 2012 #9
Dressage = Your horse is a very large Barbie Doll that you get to ride. TalkingDog Apr 2012 #10
May I say this? We should give Ann Romney peace. We should leave her alone..... wandy Apr 2012 #11
When she stops campaigning sulphurdunn Apr 2012 #21
Exactly. Until she is invisible in the campaign fuck her and the horse she rode in on. n/t Egalitarian Thug Apr 2012 #27
"Shit yourself until someone hoses you off" zeemike Apr 2012 #12
I Laughed Out Loud In My Office HangOnKids Apr 2012 #14
I knew I wasn't the only one Curmudgeoness Apr 2012 #31
anyone who never has to worry about no money tru Apr 2012 #13
That is so true. Chemisse Apr 2012 #45
I love the Rude One. geardaddy Apr 2012 #15
This is all BS. You will never see Mittens help his wife when she can't finally move at all. southernyankeebelle Apr 2012 #16
Not necessarily kurtzapril4 Apr 2012 #23
I can only speak from our own relative. Both of them ended up in wheelchairs and ended up in bed. southernyankeebelle Apr 2012 #34
If Mitt and Ann shared the wealth (ho, ho, ho) every American could have home help. aquart Apr 2012 #44
You know I don't mind him being rich really. Good for them. But it bothers me because this southernyankeebelle Apr 2012 #47
I mind how he got rich. 12AngryBorneoWildmen Apr 2012 #48
Of course that is terrible. But what can we do about it? Nothing. All we can and hopefully do southernyankeebelle Apr 2012 #57
Romney compared to the Kennedy's 90-percent Apr 2012 #50
Awesome, awesome post! RiverLover Apr 2012 #53
Gee, thanks 90-percent Apr 2012 #55
Mittens can't shine the shoes of a JFK. The Kennedly clan always gave back to the working southernyankeebelle Apr 2012 #56
MS varies tru Apr 2012 #60
Yes I guess. I never knew there were different kinds. southernyankeebelle Apr 2012 #61
It sounds like the Rude One has been listening to mothers Warpy Apr 2012 #17
Yes she has a painful and debilitating illness. unapatriciated Apr 2012 #18
+1 area51 Apr 2012 #41
Kick my2sense Apr 2012 #19
effing beautiful! Thank you for speaking my thoughts. Squinch Apr 2012 #20
Reprint from the other Ann Romney thread... ancianita Apr 2012 #22
Being a mom is work, unless that mom is on welfare. MsPithy Apr 2012 #25
+1 is, I believe, the accepted response. n/t Egalitarian Thug Apr 2012 #30
Ah, the covert bigotry of the "War on Women". nolabear Apr 2012 #26
Amen to that. MichiganVote Apr 2012 #29
Thank you. Common sense. MichiganVote Apr 2012 #28
"Really? Ask a coal miner." lumberjack_jeff Apr 2012 #33
I'm ok with this since he smartly made the disclaimer about her illness. demgrrrll Apr 2012 #35
Dear Rude One abelenkpe Apr 2012 #36
Lots of hard jobs out there, and Ann hasn't done a one of them. Being a mother with out a nanny midnight Apr 2012 #37
K&R SunSeeker Apr 2012 #40
Love the Rude One. aquart Apr 2012 #43
I really hate it when folks on our side attack family members. It makes us look bad. crazyjoe Apr 2012 #46
"Does this epithet make me look bad?" "Be truthful…. 12AngryBorneoWildmen Apr 2012 #49
it makes you look uneducated, stupid, and irrelevant. just sayin.... crazyjoe May 2012 #62
Hmmm. In your concern, did you miss this central line: spooky3 Apr 2012 #58
I hope Hillary Rosen reads this and takes it to heart. gtar100 Apr 2012 #52
Ann's never had an economic challenge in her life n/t tooeyeten Apr 2012 #54
Ms. Rmoney probably hasnt "worked" a day in her life. rhett o rick Apr 2012 #59
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