Class Warriors In Training

Kids, you gotta love em, especially in political ads:

Quite cutting edge this new tack of demonizing the rich and portraying them as out of touch, why didn’t those Obama supporters think of this before. And how progressive, all these WHITE kids, um, must be a subliminal message in there somewhere.

I especially admire parents that put their kids on picket lines, holding signs at demonstrations, and protesting at funerals with signs that say ,”Pray for more dead soldiers”.

I guess I should count my blessings, they managed to keep it G rated, no small feat for progressives.

Way to taut your guy’s record and all his great accomplishments (highest poverty levels in 50 years) but you keep going after those greedy rich bastards, yep, he is a uniter, not a divider.

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  1. InsipiD

    And is Obama poor? He hasn’t had any trouble paying his bills for over 20 years. It seems a little disingenuous making fun of Romney for being “rich” when their own guy is a millionaire.

    I especially admire parents that put their kids on picket lines, holding signs at demonstrations, and protesting at funerals with signs that say ,”Pray for more dead soldiers”.

    The left has always been good for that. How do you even sell a line like that to a kid?

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  2. Dave D

    I recently visited my timeshare in Orlando last month after about an 8 year hiatus. We exchanged and sold the weeks that we missed, but finally got down there for my daughters volleyball tournament. I was AMAZED at the ratio of minority (mainly African American) owners and visitors there with their families. Everybody was having a blast. Seems like nobody told a large chunk of the poor black folks out there that they shouldn’t participate in the American dream, huh?

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  3. Section8

    I wonder if any of those kids are Arianna Huffington’s grand kids? After all, 35 million dollars isn’t rich if you can mock someone who makes more. Just like your average leftists view of I’m not really racist if I blame my neighbor for the racism. I’ll still keep EVERYTHING that I got from this country that’s exploited so many over the years though. It’s my neighbor who is guilty, and I’ll ridicule him and say he lives in a trailer (which is weird since someone living in a trailer obviously didn’t get a whole lot our of all the oppression we’ve bestowed upon the world), but anyhow I have a call coming in on my IPhone and I’m on my way to the farmer’s market. No point going to an inner city store.

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  4. CM

    I especially admire parents that put their kids on picket lines, holding signs at demonstrations, and protesting at funerals with signs that say ,”Pray for more dead soldiers”.

    I hate that. No way would I ever involve my kids in anything political. Not that I go to demonstrations. But anyway, I share your distaste for this.

    The video is terrible. People should be embarrassed and ashamed.

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  5. Kimpost

    When I was a kid, my parents brought me along on May 1st demonstrations. They were festive events back then always ending up at a fair. They more or less died in the early 80’s.

    Anyway, the demonstrations probably taught me how to hate the rich, business owners, execs and America.

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  6. CM

    The only protest/demonstation I remember going to was at the airport when the Argentinian President arrived (my step-mother and her family are Falkland Islanders). I remember thinking it was quite excited, but I had no idea what it was about.

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  7. Mississippi Yankee

    There is a newspaper photo of me walking a picket line with my dad in circa 1953. He worked for Western Electric and belonged to the CWA union.

    Today I’m probably the most anti union guy in America so this photo, and the shame, I’ll have to take to my grave.

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  8. Poosh

    There is something particularly sinister and vicious about this ad. Dark Knight Rises couldn’t have come at a better time, and provides the best counter-argument to this class-war Obama and the left worldwide are pushing.

    The people who made this ad, quite frankly, deserve a whole world of hurt. It’s bigoted and vile, offensive, prejudiced: like any racist ad. There is something sick about it. As Rich noted, there are no coloured rich kids, despite countless blacks, asians and what-have-yous having really rich parents.

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