January 28, 2012

Chuckle-Inducers of the Day

Elizabeth Warren, US Senate candidate from Massachusetts and so-called "founder" of the Occupy movement, laughingly claims that she's not one of the wealthy. Even though, y'know, she lives in a $5 million house, made "$429,000 from Harvard last year alone for a total of about $700,000." She also has stocks and bonds worth about $8 million. Check the vid:

Like how she stuck in there quickly that "I'm not one of them?" Cheeyeah, right. Just another limousine lib who doesn't practice what they preach. *YAWN*

Then there's M-BS-NBC's Dylan Ratigan who hosts a so-called “30 Million Jobs Tour” at, of all places, a five-star resort. As James Crugnale reports,

He opened his program saying: “You see poverty, despair, service jobs or no jobs, you come here, and it’s the globalization of Miami Beach,” Huh? All I saw was Ratigan, sprawled out with guests Krystal Ball, Ari Melber and Touré clad in shades from Persol.

Just last October, Ratigan cast himself as an everyman when he visited the Occupy Wall Street protests at Zuccotti Park.

“We are at a moment where it is just ‘us.’ We are just one enormous group of people, not in this square, but in this planet and in this country!” Ratigan exclaimed. “All of us are Tea Partiers on some level, all of us are occupiers, all of us are that intention which is the frustration with the world that lacks fairness.”

I am sure those people were welcome to join in to sit poolside, sipping a mixture of light rum, creme de almond and triple sec from a krazystraw.

Check out all the "caring" progressives opining from the lap of luxury:


Posted by Hube at January 28, 2012 09:33 AM | TrackBack

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He actually said, “All of us are Tea Partiers on some level, all of us are occupiers, all of us are that intention which is the frustration with the world that lacks fairness?” The TEA Partiers and the Occupiers are completely different; the TEA Partiers say, in effect, "Leave us alone," while the Occupiers whine, "Take care of us!"

Posted by: Dana at January 29, 2012 09:05 AM