Thursday, September 22, 2011

The Video the Left Is Urging You to Watch: 'There is Nobody in This Country Who Got Rich On His Own. Nobody'

This shrieking Obamaton has apparently been selected not elected by the Democrats in Massachusetts to challenge Scott Brown in 2012. This brand of Marxism may sell in the People's Republic, but voters across America will recoil in horror listening to this lunacy.

The juiceboxers are lapping it up.
But as this video shows, Warren is very good at making the case for progressive economics in simple, down-to-earth terms. Despite her professorial background, she sounds like she’s telling a story. She came across as unapologetic and authorative, without a hint of the sort of defensiveness you hear so often from other Democrats when they talk about issues involving taxation and economic fairness. This is exactly what national Dems like about Warren.
Actually, she comes off as a snottier Barbara Boxer, as impossible as that may seem to believe.

Nobody in this country ever got rich on his own?

In the video (at left), which was filmed at an event in Andover, Mass., Warren rebuts the GOP-touted notion that raising taxes on the wealthy amounts to "class warfare," contending that "there is nobody in this country who got rich on his own. Nobody."
She speaks of marauding bands. We call them liberals. We'd like be be saved from the marauding bands of bureaucrats making our lives miserable, thank you very much.

Using Warren's insane logic, if the taxpayers who built the roads own them, then the 47% who pay no taxes have no right to use them.


Richard Butler said...

The divide between left and right in the USA has never been more clear. And, as per the group think of the left, it "takes a villiage" to even be successful. Henry Ford, for all his nutty ideas and prejudices, just rolled over in his grave. I suppose Steve Jobs would never have invented the Lisa or come up with all of his great ideas in this day and age thanks to progressive roadblocks. I wonder how this old hag would explain that.

Zelsdorf Ragshaft said...

I am willing to bet this woman has never held a private sector job.  Bet she has never risked her own capital.  Bet her only experience is in the public sector.  This communist hag feeds off the the wealth created by those who took the chance to suceed or fail on their own.  It is no wonder the intelligencia are the first ones against the wall when they get what they ask for.

Teqjack said...

OK, Ford would have gotten nowhere without loans. Private sector loans, which would not be possible if we keep confiscating private income.

Or airplanes. Yes, the government made grants and loans to develop heavier-than-air flight - but to a PhD at the Smithsonian who spent years going nowhere, not to a couple of nobodies from what is now called "fly-over" country.

As far as I know, the person who patented the shopping cart - which, with home refrigeration, made it possible to buy more than one day's groceries at a time - never got government money until the carts went on the market. 

Ditto Howard Hughes' father for his oil-drill bit.

On and on...