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Hello, Mitt? It’s me, Drake…go fuck yourself!

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So, Mitt Romney, running for president on the GOP ticket…that same all encompassing candidate who said he didn’t find the booing of a gay soldier to be reprehensible, that same guy who said he knew what it was like to be unemployed, the very same multimillionaire who pays a lower tax rate than I do, whose $12 million dollar mansion is inadequate, you know, small, so he’s tearing it down to build a bigger one…

Yeah, this elitist…he came out today and said that the Wall Street Protests are “dangerous,” that “this is class warfare.”

Yeah right…class warfare…and this is troubling to you now, why, because a growing percentage of Americans are waking up and realizing your class, Mitt, the top 1% of wage earners aren’t the only ones capable of waging this war? And you don’t like that at all so now it’s suddenly “dangerous.” You mention class warfare like it’s something brand new, like corporations, banks and politicians haven’t been waging this war for decades, but a few thousand people camp in a New York City park or march on Bank of America in Boston and plan nationwide protests on October 15th, and because there are 99% more of us than you, and we’re getting news coverage…now we’re dangerous, now it’s a war, and all because we want a bit more equality, fairness, jobs, food, healthcare, a place to live, an education, security, a pension?

Well, if you want to call that class warfare?

So be it, job creator.

Oh, and by the way, you’ve raised more than twice as much from the Wall Street Banks as that other corporate shill, Barack Obama, so pardon me if I think your opinion is just one more chattering jack-ass on the GOP news stations. You ain’t listening to anybody but your donors, so why the hell should anyone of passion, the passion for the American Dream listen to you at all? Especially when the Wall Street Occupation is more patriotic than anything you’ve ever done, said or breathed…

Consider what the Wall Steet Occupations have in common with the actual Boston tea Party:

1.) The Original Boston Tea Party Was A Civil Disobedience Action Against A Private Corporation

2.) The Original Boston Tea Party Feared That Corporate Greed Would Destroy America.

3.) The Original Boston Tea Party Believed Government Necessary To Protect Against Corporate Excess.

4.) The Original Boston Tea Party Was Sparked By A Corporate Tax Cut For A British Corporation.

5.) The Original Boston Tea Party Wanted A Stronger Democracy.

Have a nice day Mitt…oh…and while we’re at it…Mr. Cain? Herman?

Yeah, you can go fuck yourself too.

When asked about the Wall Street protests by the Wall Street Journal, Herman Cain said,  “if you don’t have a job and you’re not rich, blame yourself!”

This, despite there being over 4 unemployed applicants for every job, that unemployment and massive income inequality shrinks the economy and decreases job opportunity…oh, and then Herman went on to add, “I don’t have facts to back this up, but I happen to believe that these demonstrations are planned and orchestrated to distract from the failed policies of the Obama administration.”

Really, you came to that conclusion despite admitting you “don’t have facts to back this up?”

Herman, you probably should have stopped right there, you know, when you admitted you had no proof, that you really didn’t know what the hell you were talking about. It’s a thought…course you were talking to the Wall Street Journal so it’s not like they’d challenge any statement you decided to make, factually incorrect or not and…well, hell…

Why don’t you just join Mitt and have a slice of fucking cake…

Everyone else, have a nice day.

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