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Jealous little punks. SHUDDUP.
You nearly destroyed this country.
Obama rescued it.
You hate that you're so stupid.
Your night school instructor,
Did you hear me, righties??
Does it sting?
OBAMA, OBAMA, OBAMA!!
We don't dislike our country, we dislike the man who is destroying it. We agree that the POTUS is the most powerful man in the world, but we do not appreciate those who attribute the greatness of his office, to the individual. The people who "spoke" elected a socialist elitist who gained favor by manipulating the greed and envy of the public by targetting the "have-nots" against the "haves" under the charge that it is Government's job to go after them for their wealth, take it, and give it to the rest of us. I'm poor as heck, but I do not think it is fundamentally democratic to attack a minority group- (yes, the wealthy are a minority group deserving equal protection under the laws..). It is robbery. Especially when 52% of Americans do not pay any taxes. We have an increasing number of tax takers, and fewer tax makers. So lets all cheer for the fall of democracy as we know it. Hoo-rah....
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