By Jueseppi B.
Lets start the “stupid at it’s finest” version of The SoapBox with the ever stupid Michelle Malkin, who just happens to be an immigrant, in case you couldn’t tell from her stupid rants against immigrants:
If you’re on welfare or Medicaid or unemployment insurance or food stamps or some combination, it was obvious years ago that right-wingers hate you. But on Fox and Friends Weekend this morning, Michelle Malkin (and at least one of the hosts) reminded us that right-wingers consider you a contemptible inferior being if you “merely” pull down a paycheck:
… in the interview, Malkin slammed President Obama’s supporters. “Romney types, of course, are the ones who sign the front of the paycheck, and the Obama types are the one who have spent their entire lives signing the back of them,” she said.
That, to Malkin, is a withering putdown. Ha ha ha! Pathetic loser — all you’ve ever done is work for a living!
Malkin is responding to an unimpeachably factual statement made to Charlie Rose in a recently released interview clip:
PRESIDENT OBAMA: … if you’re the head of a large private-equity firm or hedge fund, your job is to make money. It’s not to create jobs. It’s not even to create a successful business. It’s to make sure you are maximizing returns for your investor. Now, that’s appropriate. That’s part of the American way. That’s part of the system. But that doesn’t necessarily make you qualified to think about the economy as a whole….
(The clip as played on Fox is cut off there. The rest is: ”But that doesn’t necessarily make you qualified to think about the economy as a whole, because as president, my job is to think about the workers. My job is to think about communities, where jobs have been outsourced.”)
Before she makes her sneering comment about all the disgusting people who merely endorse paychecks written by others after putting in a week’s work, Malkin responds to what Obama has said:
MALKIN: … I think that there’s an underlying contempt for the profit motive that drives this economy, that somehow only [makes air quotes] ”successful” businesses are those that avoid evil things like cost-cutting, which, of course, is what Romney is under — attacked by by this tape.
In other words: So what if Romney screwed workers. Shut up and eat your layoffs. Otherwise, you hate capitalism.
Then co-host Dave Briggs makes clear that, yes, the creation of jobs is an optional and incidental by-product of capitalism (which is pretty much what Malkin is angry at Obama for saying):
BRIGGS: Right, I mean, let’s be honest: whether you’re running Walmart, Coca-Cola, Nike, your job is to make money. A by-product often is creating jobs.
Right — jobs are a by-product. And not always. You got a problem with that, peon?
And not long after that, Malkin insults people who sign paychecks.
Workers? There it is. The right hates you.
Faux Nation readers find what Malkin said “inspiring.” Nothing surprising here, Faux Spews is almost as stupid as Michelle Malkin the immigrant.
Next up is, of course, Lyin Mitt Romney. What would “stupidity at it’s finest” be without something from Lyin Mitt?:
Mitt Romney sought to humanize his remarks about the middle class at a fundraiser in Jackson, Miss. earlier tonight, per a pool report:
“I know that people in this room are probably doing relatively well, relative to folks across this country. But not everyone in America is doing so well right now, it’s tough being middle class in America right now. The waiters and waitresses that come in and out of this room and offer us refreshments, they’re not having a good year. The people of the middle class of America are really struggling. And they’re struggling I think in a way because they’re surprised because when they voted for Barack Obama…he promised them that things were going to get a heck a lot of better. He promised hope and change and they’re still waiting.”
This further proves just how out of touch and stupid Lyin Mitt would be as POTUS. See the President must BE President of the ENTIRE American population, not just wealthy caucasian Americans who closely relate to Lyin Mitt.
Instead of using the “wait-staff” to make a political point, I’m sure if Romney truly cared enough to ask the waiters and waitresses who is actually working for them and who they relate with, the vast majority would say BARACK OBAMA.
Young voters need to be reminded that the Pres DOES NOT have total power to make these changes alone, he MUST have the support of Congress. Which is being stopped by the Republicans. Isn’t it sad about all these poor folks who have to work for a living? Where are their blind trusts? Have you seen the clip of a younger Romney saying that blind trusts are rouses? That blind trusts are subject to the direction of it’s owner? Now which man do you think has a more benign interest in proposing policy?
Super classy, Mitt. Now, do your golden-oldie and tell them it’s their fault they’re poor. I wonder, was it like an exhibit of poor people at the zoo? Romney is such a condescending pompous ass. If I were one of the “wait-staff” I would be offended. He doesn’t know how bad/good they have it. How dare he pretend to walk in thier shoes. He can’t relate to anyone who doesn’t have a 7 figure bank account. I don’t envy him, I pity him.
Lastly, the king of “stupidity at it’s best” Mr. Jerry Sandusky, whom very soon will experience how it feels to have a cock inserted in his virgin anus:
Three men have come forward to say they were sexually abused by convicted former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky as early as the 1970s, sources close to the case told a Pennsylvania newspaper.
Sandusky was convicted in June of sexually abusing 10 boys in cases dating back to the 1990s. Two sources with knowledge of the investigation said police are aware these men have come forward, and one has already contacted investigators, theHarrisburg Patriot-News reported Monday.
Their allegations are the first to accuse Sandusky of molesting boys before the 1990s, when the cases prosecutors brought against him took place. If found credible, they would directly attack the 68-year-old’s defense argument that a person doesn’t become pedophile in his or her 50s.
In the early 1970s, when one of the men says he was abused, Jerry Sandusky would have been in his late 20s.
Sandusky could face hundreds of years behind bars at his sentencing on 45 counts in September. As his jury was deliberating, more accusers — including his own adopted son — raised allegations of abuse.
The grand jury investigation that led to Sandusky’s November arrest is still meeting and could be hearing from more potential victims, but the Pennsylvania attorney general’s office has not said if more charges will be filed.
Nils Frederiksen, a spokesman for the agency, said he couldn’t discuss “any specific evidence” because of the grand jury probe.
“Court filings have indicated that new information has come forward and we’re continuing to pursue, but can’t talk about specific evidence.”
Lt. Mark Argiro of the State College Police Department said that he is “unaware of any investigations” of new allegations towards Sandusky, while Sandusky’s lawyer did not respond to a request for comment from CNN.
It was not known whether the new accusers were contacted or interviewed by the team led by former FBI Director Louis Freeh, who delivered a scathing internal review of Penn State’s handling of the case last week. Freeh’s report does not mention any victims before the 1990s, and when asked Thursday whether he looked for anyone molested before that period, he simply responded, “Yes.” He did not say what his investigators found.
Hope my SoapBox has brought a tiny bit of common sense & critical thinking into your Tuesday.
“BARACK” The Vote
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