[Music is playing] It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, a beautiful day to be neighborly…would you be my, would you be my…wouldn’t you really like to be my neighbor…
Media, entourage, hangers on, sycophants, leeches, terrorists, excuse me, ‘university professors’, and other malcontents in tow, The Messiah comes down from hither others yon, to get the “common man’s” view on his mandate for America. Average Joe steps out of his home in Middle-Class America, OH to check out all the hoopla and is spotted by an operative for The Messiah. The scene below is what took place.
“Master, Master, please look?”
Who would you vote for if the elections were held today?
What do you need, Sodomite?
“Master, I believe I have found our Average Joe, look yonder.”
And In a scene reminiscent of Moses parting the Red Sea in The Ten Commandments, The Messiah walks towards a home, crowd slowly separating to reveal… Joe the Plumber. There stands Joe the Plumber in the presence of The Messiah, The Messiah looking like an Average Joe himself, sleeves askew.
And as it had been foretold, a light shines down on Joe, so much so there is a reflective sheen on Joe’s fish-belly-white bald head. I watched the video in wonderment, as Joe is about to spend five minutes with the Saviour of America…perhaps the world!
[I know this is a satirical blog, however below are some of the actual quotes taken directly from the 1video of this encounter.]
The Messiah says to Joe, “…Yes Sir, what’s your name?”
Joe replies, “Name’s Joe Wurzelbacher.”
Good to see you, Joe.
Joe continues, “I’m getting ready to buy a company that makes ‘bout 200 uh, 250, uh 70, 80 thousand dollars a year. Your new tax plan is gonna tax me more, isn’t it?”
The Messiah, not pleased with Joe’s line of questioning, replies [1:06 seconds from the end of the video], “…I do believe that for folks like me, who are, you know, have worked hard, but frankly also been lucky, um I don’t mind paying just a little bit more than the waitress who I just met over there…”
The Messiah went on to explain his policy on “Trickle Up Poverty” – “…If the economy’s good for folks from the bottom up, it’s gonna be good for everybody…”
There were two key messages in The Messiah’s comments: (1) People making over $250K haven’t necessarily earned it, and in fact are “just lucky”, and (2) Trickle Up Poverty trumps Trickle Down Economics. Let’s briefly explore both these messages from The Messiah.
First, it is a self-imposed polygraph, when Obama says that he “worked hard”. He literally stumbles over the thought, as he speaks it. And the idea that people making over $250K are just lucky is integral to the understanding of Obama and his “et al”.
I have said for some time now that the reason wealthy Democrats are indeed willing to pay more in taxes is most haven’t earned their money. They feel as if they are stealing. Look at the ridiculous incomes of people doing what they truly love, like (a) actors, singers, writers, artists, etc, and (b) those who were born into royalty, such as the Kennedy’s. And then there are the (c)gigolos like John Kerry who marry into money, which is closely related to (b). Point is, rich Democrats don’t believe people actually work for a living. They think we all feel like we are stealing. After all, don’t you arrive to work in limos and helicopters, and shoot scenes in places like London and Paris, party on yachts, and eat at lavish restaurants on a daily basis?
These people live on trust funds, residuals, and royalties. If Streisand doesn’t make another CD or sing another song, the money will just keep coming in. Teddy Kennedy’s trust fund income is larger than the GDP of Haiti. Obama’s adult life is not much different, now that he has rock star status. And his past wasn’t so bad either.
Essentially Obama has gone through life with a silver spoon, yet decrying all that life has provided him. His life in comparison to most has been relatively easy, and it keeps getting better. He has parlayed his silver spoon background, and bi-racial culture into a Vegas progressive slot-machine jackpot payout.
Obama was the Black “exception” growing up. You know, the Black guy that Whites would say, “…Barry is not like other Blacks. He’s so smart, articulate…[and clean]”. Barry [I call him Barry, because this was the pre-Messiah time in his life] appreciated these comments, and knew that this was his ticket up, as he never needed a ticket out.
He cultivated White relationships, knowing that they viewed him as the Black exception, and this was a big advantage. Barry was a novelty and felt this way, though again, he recognized his advantage. Nevertheless he harbored secret resentments for Whites, resentments not born of anything White America had ever done against him directly, but only anecdotally.
Phyllis Schlafly so eloguently writes, “Obama describes [in Dreams from My Father] how [Obama] he deliberately separated himself from his multiracial heritage in order to give himself a 100 percent black persona, different and alienated from the white world around him. Obama writes that the book is “a record of a personal, interior journey” to establish himself as “a black American.”
With his new all-black identity, Obama stews about injustices that he never personally experienced, and feeds his warped worldview by withdrawing into a “smaller and smaller coil of rage.” He lives with a “nightmare vision” of black powerlessness.”
Confused, Obama wandered through the world looking for guidance, which he found in the countryside of Kenya, and from radical consorts, who felt that America is a gluttonous, self-indulgent pig, ready for slaughter. So Obama sees our so-called self-indulgence, and compares it to the way of life of people in Kenya, as an example. He said in one speech that America could “save energy by turning our thermostats to 80 degrees, instead of 72.” Why don’t we just turn them off, and all live in thatched huts too?
In Obama’s world-outside-of-his-world, $250K is rich. But make no mistake about it, Obama’s view of wealth for us does not apply to him. It’s “…do as I say, not as I do”.
Obama will never live a normal life again, president or not. He will command ridiculous amounts of money for speaking engagements. He will write more books. He will consult with industry leaders, and be a darling of Hollywood for the rest of his days. He will hobnob with the wealthiest people in the world, and he will be embraced by his Muslim ideologues. So these policies are meant to help impoverished Blacks in America, whether impoverished by fate or by choice. So what if helps a few other cultures, by casting such a wide net. The point is to repay Blacks.
Let’s move on to The Messiah’s second message: I affectionately call The Obama Economic Plan, “Trickle Up Poverty”. I cannot take credit for the term, as I heard it on talk radio from a caller. Nevertheless, I completely endorse the concept, and usurp the usage of the term.
So in describing TUP, I will put it this way. I can hardly wait to work for my next poor, as in broke employer. I know that The Messiah’s plan will put more money back into the hands of people who haven’t earned it, and don’t know what to do with it when they have it. However through some stroke of genius, these folks will magically create businesses. They will invest in and grow their businesses, thus creating more jobs and opportunities, employing
the middle-class and the rich. And as The Messiah said to Joe, “I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody.” And so the Trickle Up Poverty doctrine is born. So it is written, so it shall be done.
So here’s the wrap. Old Joe the Plumber was just minding his own business, when the chariots arrived with The Messiah. He asked a simple question. That’s all it takes, when you challenge a god. The liberal media piranhas are picking the flesh clean off Joe the Plumber’s bones. After all, Joe isn’t a licensed plumber and he owes taxes. Tragic, particularly when compared to the trivial things that friends of Obama have done, like blowing up police headquarters (Ayers), and firing missiles into Israel from the Gaza strip (Khalidi). Given the relevance of Joe’s faux pas’, these new revelations against Joe certainly negate the validity of Joe’s question, right?
Last time I checked, you didn’t need a license to buy a company. And as for owing taxes, well I think this was Joe’s point – he is paying too much in taxes already. So the guy is late paying his taxes. Big whoop. Joe’s only point was that he wants to buy his company, and he doesn’t want to “gift” his money to some schmuck who is too lazy to work for his own, because he is avoiding child support, or is ‘building his record label’. And if Joe does want to give his money away, why can’t he do it, and not The Messiah? After all, it’s not the government’s money.
That’s my rant!
1http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFC9jv9jfoA – Joe “The Plumber” Meets “The Messiah”