Mitt Romney Resemblance…This Rabble/The 47%. You Decide.




Just Remember This Mitt Romney:

This Rabble you’re talking about, they do most of the Working, Paying, Living and Dying in this Country…

Only you the rich little brat who was already born into money refer to these people as playing the victims. These 47% you are dismissing don’t work? They all feel like they deserve hand outs, they feel like working the two and three jobs they have makes them entitled to affordable heath care plans? How dare these low lifes. Right Mitt?

None ever said they want anything for free but you describe them as such. And like the movie script states with a few changed words, you you’re a young frustrated rich punk that can’t get his hands on the Presidency and to you this 47% are all cattle.

Well in November all of America can do what they want, they can decide.

But just remember one thing: this country needs this Democrat President to come to if only not to have to crawl to the Republicans to save them from death in times of sickness, to have social security in their old age that they worked for all of their lives to keep a roof over their heads. So the not so rich kids can get to go to college to also better their chances at ending up in the middle class.

Unlike the fictional character of George Baily, Mitt Romney’s father instilled a stuck up smugness about those that didn’t fit into their social circle. You now see the results of that filthy rich upbringing.

According to Mitt Romney 47% of the United States of America population does not work. They believe they are entitled.

Funny the way I see it the only one who lives in an ivory tower who feels like they are the only ones entitled in this lifetime is people like Mitt Romney. Where only the rich get richer and they throw the rest the living away.


But for whom?

Their same argument on abortion where their ideology is so damn twisted where a 6 week old fetus has a right to be born, but the very same people say NO TO HEALTH CARE so the already living can go and die.

Makes sure for the last two years he gives to charity but he doesn’t take the write off, like oh yeah he’s paying the same tax as the 47% when he’s not, never has and never will again. Like President Clinton said, it all comes down to math. Nobody is stupid here.

Smile Big Mitt, it gives us more aim to kick in those teeth in November.

You’ll never get your hands on us. NEVER




Whole Scene Transcript:

He was a man of high ideals, so-called.
But ideals without common sense can ruin this town.

Now, you take this loan here to Ernie Bishop…you know, that fellow that sits around all day on his brains in his taxi, you know.

I happen to know the bank turned down this loan, but he comes here and we’re building him a house worth five thousand dollars.

– Why?
– Well, I handled that, Mr. Potter. You have all the papers there.
His salary, insurance. I can personally vouch for his character.

– A friend of yours.
– Yes, sir.

You see, if you shoot pool with some employee here, you can come and borrow money.

What does that get us? A discontented, lazy rabble instead of a thrifty working class.

And all because a few starry-eyed dreamers like Peter Baily stir them up and fill their heads with a lot of impossible ideas.

– Now, I say…
– Just a minute. Just a…Just a minute. Now, hold on, Mr. Potter.

You’re right when you say my father was no business man. I know that.

Why he ever started this cheap penny-ante Building and Loan, I’ll never know.

But neither you nor anybody else can say anything against his character, because his whole life was…

Why, in the twenty-five years since he and Uncle Billy started this thing, he never once thought of himself.

Isn’t that right, Uncle Billy?

He didn’t save enough money to send Harry to school, let alone me.

But he did help a few people get out of your slums, Mr. Potter.

And what’s wrong with that?

Why…here, you are all businessmen here.
Doesn’t it make them better citizens?
Doesn’t it make them better customers?

You…you said that uh…what’d you say just a minute ago…
They, they had to wait and save their money before they even thought of a decent home.

Wait! Wait for what?
Until their children grow up and leave them?
Until they’re so old and broken-down that they…

Do you know how long it takes a working man to save five thousand dollars?

Just remember this, Mr. Potter, that this rabble you’re talking about…
they do most of the working and paying and living and dying in this community.

Well, it is too much to have them work and pay and live and die in a couple of decent rooms and a bath?

Anyway, my father didn’t think so.
People were human beings to him, but to you, a warped, frustrated old man, they’re cattle.

Well, in my book, he died a much richer man than you’ll ever be.

I’m not interested in your book. I’m talking about the Building and Loan.

I know very well what you’re talking about. You’re talking about something you can’t
get your fingers on, and it’s galling you. That’s what you’re talking about, I know.
Well, I, I, I’ve said too much. I… You’re, you’re the Board here.
You do what you want with this thing. There’s just one thing more though.

This town needs this measly one-horse institution if only to have some place where people can come without crawling to Potter.


Just a Hollywood Movie script? Sounds frighteningly real life reality to me.

Mitt Romney has his money in the Cayman Islands, Where’s yours?

Sentimental hogwash? Really?

He will keep you in his SLUM with NO WAY OUT.


What does that get us? A discontented, lazy rabble instead of a thrifty working class.


You Decide.





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