Out Marie-ing Marie
A gang of hyper-rich hyper-thieves, mostly Jews, have banded together
to "shape the national agenda."
As if they haven't already shaped our national agenda into a pile of recycled ratshit.
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Just a few wonderful quotes:
Bernard Marcus, CEO of Home Depot, isn’t worried that speaking out might make him a target of protesters.
“Who gives a crap about some imbecile?” Marcus said. “Are you kidding me?”
John A. Allison IV, a director of BB&T Corp. (BBT), the ninth-largest U.S. bank:
“It still feels lonely."
Allison speaking about the Occupy-ers: "Instead of an attack on the 1 percent, let’s call it an attack on the very productive. This attack is destructive.”
Blackstone Group CEO Stephen Schwarzman speaking about lower-income U.S. families who pay no income tax: "You have to have skin in the game. I’m not saying how much people should do. But we should all be part of the system."
Attacking the banking system is a mistake because it contributes to “a healthier economy,” he said...
[Orwell would love you, Schwarzman. You've sliced and diced our economy into a terminal and non-recoverable puree, and you call that "healthier".
Tom Golisano, founder of Paychex Inc: "If I hear a politician use the term ‘paying your fair share’ one more time, I’m going to vomit."
Leon Cooperman, formerly of Goldman Sachs: "Capitalists are not the scourge that they are too often made out to be” ... "the wealthy aren’t a monolithic, selfish and unfeeling lot. They make products that fill store shelves at Christmas and provide health care to millions."
[Incorrect, Cooperman. Chinese slaves
make the products that fill store shelves at Christmas, so that Americans can buy the products with money borrowed from rich bankers.]
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Marie Antoinette is a piker.
The good part, I guess, is that they don't even realize how perfectly their own statements destroy their own credibility. Maybe I should thank the Lord for self-contained elite bubbles.