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The Fundamental Problem…

“The fundamental problem we have in this country is the rich have all the money and they’re not spending it,” outgoing Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) said.

After watching that horse hooey, perhaps we could refashion his quote… “The fundamental problem we have in this country is that government keeps spending money it not only does not have, but ultimately, has no real right to…” Rep. Grayson in the other reality.

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  1. Jeff
    November 21st, 2010 at 14:20 | #1

    You nearly made me punch my screen. I like how he notes that 25% of the population have a negative net worth… gee, I wonder how many were written into the Clinton home buying plan. And the top 1% that make 1.4 million or more are in the tank for the Republicans?! What, like every producer, actor, and singer in Hollywood? And was that guy a reporter or a political commentator? I don’t watch enough MSNBC to know. I don’t even know if THEY know.

    So, who is the person the rich are buying the Mercedes Benz from? Does he make 1.4 million or is he just some sales schlub trying to get a commission? How about the hand bag? Did the lady ringing up the bag make 1.4 million a year, or is she just glad customers come into the store so she can continue to work?

    AAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH! You’re killin me…

  2. November 22nd, 2010 at 17:02 | #2

    Grayson is a real piece of work. He “was ranked as the 12th-wealthiest member of Congress based on financial disclosure forms with a minimum net worth of $31.12 million, according to Roll Call” (Wikipedia). He is a carpetbagger who moved to Florida so he could run for Congress, having lived (had a residence?) there since 2005. Is anyone surprised that he lost his reelection bid in November? Good riddance!!! Oh, yeah, he made most of his money suing the government in a class action suit against the government and contractors for the Iraq war. That, of course caused the contractors to increase their prices to the government. In other words, he sued to take your tax dollars. Way to go Alan. I keep searching for a better term than scumbag, or jerk, or hypocrite, or @#%&##@.

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