29 January 2012

"Class warfare" irony

The Republicans love to cry "class warfare", as if they are victims.

However, they are the ones who started this current class war. And they are the ones who are winning it, as evidenced by the growing income gap between the "haves" and the "have-nots".

So pay no attention to their whining. It's all just smoke and mirrors - and a political strategy aimed at the sheep who blindly follow Limbaugh, Beck, and Hannity because it's easier than thinking for themselves.

And, sadly, it works.

Let's hope that it doesn't work so well in November.

1 comment:

  1. The growing awareness about the extreme income inequality and the very wealthy's grip on our political system indicate that some form of class war is all but inevitable. I am developing a set of ground rules for a possible class war that would guide it in a peaceful and productive direction. The Rules for the Class War begin at this post: http://www.ragingwisdom.com/?p=585 I am open to hearing everyone's comments and suggestions.