We really need to do something with the poor and needy in this country–the hungry, the homeless, those who take government “assistance” like food stamps and come down here to Belize on cruise ships.
I swear to God–I see America’s poor people down here eating lobster for snacks while I’m having to buy 50-cent salbutes from the back-street vendors.
We need to ship the poor back to Poordom where they came from because after all, they are not patriotic Americans.
The poor among us . . . are the people who aren’t really Americans and who don’t even seem to appreciate that we let them call themselves Americans.
It was the poor who took to the streets and demanded that George W. Bush invade Iraq in an endless war that we financed with loans from the great nation of . . . . . . .
China. . .
And don’t forget–it was the poor who then insisted that the President and Congress not raise taxes to finance the kazillion-dollar Iraq quagmire.
The poor among us . . . are those disgusting, freeloading, so-called “Americans” who sucked the national treasure dry taking food stamps and who, consequently, ignited the 2008 economic meltdown that took us to the brink of a 1930s-style Depression.
The poor among us . . . demanded that Wall Street bankers and lenders, Big Oil, Big Business, Big Agri-business and Big Everything reap all the federal-government subsidies they could leech out of Washington D.C.
But what is a Congress supposed to do when the poor demand that an ever-rising number of billionaires and multi-millionaires and corporations (which are people too!) pay no taxes while sucking off the government teet?
And now the poor–who by the way aren’t really poor at all because they have luxuries like refrigerators and TVs and couches mostly bought at yard sales and thrift stores–they want to blame Republicans, Bush, Congress, Wall Street for all that has gone awry in our America today.
The poor have all the wealth and power in America now, and then have the nerve to scapegoat the rich and powerful for all our problems. They are holding us hostage, those of us who work hard–we who stay out of the casinos.
That is, we who work for our money the old-fashioned we (we earn it!) save our money and live within our means.
It’s time to take America back (God bless you, Rand Paul! I hear ya!) from the power-drunk poor people who have the audacity to insist that they are Americans too!
It’s time we shipped our poor to Haiti or, for that matter, to the sinkholes where people subsist in Belize out of the purview of the rich and powerful American expats.
Let em see what real Poordom looks like!
Power to the (rich) people!!!!!