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  1. Henry says:

    The “rich” are going to get theirs. The sentiment is telling. For those of you out their providing jobs to people, dot your “i’s” and cross your “t’s”. It’ll be a rough ride.

  2. In the news says:

    http://abcnews.go.com/WN/bp-oil-spill-mississippi-coast-polluted-gov-haley/story?id=11037777

    Mississippi governor changes tune after oil starts to wash up on Mississippi beaches…

  3. Bob says:

    “The “rich” are going to get theirs. The sentiment is telling. For those of you out their providing jobs to people, dot your “i’s” and cross your “t’s”. It’ll be a rough ride.”

    http://www.angryflower.com/atlass.gif

  4. Avatar of billybones billybones says:

    Our Government bailed the rich folks out. How many of the fucking bank execs etc. who started this whole mess are fucking on the verge of losing their houses etc. because they lost their jobs? funny how we tolerate bailouts of the big people, but who really cares about the little people. It doesn’t make one damn bit of difference if its the Republicans or the Democrats…big money supports them all, and they all support big money.

  5. Vertigo says:

    I would like to add a little to that Angry White Male.

    The amount of money spent to bail out companies that neglected to save a cushion on the rich times for the bad is astronomical. A fraction of the bank bailout money would not only feed and clothe the poor, but probably buy each one of them a house!

    To get angry at the poor for “Voting” pay raises for welfare really have screwed up priorities as to what should be important in our country.

  6. andy g says:

    AWW and Vert…I agree. It makes me sick to my stomach…and those fat cats kids are not going to war either…funny how some things never change.
    We (our area) just had a kid come home in a box, killed in roadside bombing in Afghanistan, he joined the armor after losing his job as a carpenter earlier. He joined at 31 years old.

  7. Henry says:

    Our government bailed certain rich folks out. The government is now in the business of picking winners and losers. Equal protection again getting squashed. Who in the hell is the leader of all this?

  8. Bryan K says:

    Yes. Thank you, Dubya.

  9. Henry says:

    He was the leader. He was wrong in the bailout. Who is the leader now? Who is the leader now that has the additional benefit of seeing the previous bailout attempts fail, but yet he continues on?

  10. Bryan K says:

    Seems to me that the only bailout attempts that haven’t failed have been the bailouts of the American auto makers, which happened under Obama’s watch. I’m not sure how that’s relevant.

    I’m also not saying that I support them, either.

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