Monday, October 17, 2011
Sorry "Jigga man", I know that you like to flaunt, but the real baller is my man Money Mitt.
Just check him out in that pic; my man is seriously flossing. Nice.
And here I thought that only cats in the hood posed up with money.
Oh well, I guess there are all kinds of hoods.
This baller might be president some day.... Or maybe not. I don't think that everyone is pleased with Money Mitt.
"I have no doubt that the Bain boys thought they were enacting a hilarious parody of what others saw in them. At least in part. The other part was giddiness and pride at being rich.
But this picture speaks more than a thousand words in the campaign that will be coming if Mitt is the nominee. Mitt Romney is a heartless rich guy, who closed down factories and offices, throwing people out of work, solely to enrich himself and his cronies. Courtesy of this visual aid, the sales will be closed with a substantial segment of the voting public, who resent the big-money, well-connected Wall Street types who are financial manipulators.
For the moment, the picture is not being touted much by the left, though Gawker ran with it late last week. Obviously, this ammunition is being saved for the moment when it is too late for the GOP to change horses.
Is Mitt Romney really the most electable member of the GOP field?
This campaign is not going to be fought mostly on the basis of ideas. A plan to rehabilitate the economy consisting of dozens of points will simply be too complicated to explain, especially when a picture summarizes the Obama critique: Romney is a rich guy who doesn't care about you -- only about getting rich and flaunting it, when he thinks most Americans are not looking.
As if to drive home the Democrat critique, for inexplicable reasons during an election campaign, Romney announced a plan to tear down a mere 12-million-dollar beach house in swanky La Jolla, to replace it with a dwelling four times as large. That is literally livin' large. Sure, it would make a great summer White House, but that's getting ahead of ourselves, isn't it?" [Article]
Yes, it is.