Fuck the CNBC guy.

I hate this motherfucker. It was a pandering, stupid statement that was completely bereft of ANY sense of nuance or cogent analysis!

Look, it’s easy as fuck to go on air and spout a knee jerk reaction. It’s pointless grandstanding, but the finger sucking crowd really responds to it. Americans gravitate to simple answers and believe them, regardless of whether the person speaking has a clue or not. It doesn’t matter if you are right or wrong, say it well and Americans will follow you off a cliff.

It’s really easy. Watch: “Yeah, the doctor says I will die if I keep smoking, but what the fuck does he know? My Grandmother smoked until she was 80!!” or “Why should I flush the toilet in a public restroom? Aren’t there people PAID to work at that gas station? They are just standing around!”.

This cocksucker on CNBC is the fucking worst, too. He is basically signing the permission slip for assholes to be greedy. He is calling victims of foreclosure “losers” and asking why he should help others. Let’s ask that same question a different way: “Why am I being asked to help people who have gotten swallowed by the economic crisis? People have gotten fired because their bosses fucked up, but why should I help?

I hope he gets hit by a bus on Wall street. I hope he lies bleeding to death someone gets right in his dumb face and says, “Why should I stop MY day because you made a bad choice? You should have looked both ways! People let’s make some noise for letting this asshole eat what he deserves!” (high fives)

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  1. How is that prick any different than any number of the assholes who voted for W. twice? Or David Camp who said that the stimulus package didn’t have tax cuts for the “right” (rich) people.
    Also, these people are ignoring the fact that if our neighbors don’t lose their houses, our house values don’t drop as steeply. I’ve already had people get foreclosed on in my neighborhood and it sucks having vacant houses down the street from you.
    Kurt Vonnegut sums it up in Slaughterhouse-Five:
    “America is the wealthiest nation on Earth, but its people are mainly poor, and poor Americans are urged to hate themselves. To quote the American humorist Kin Hubbard, ‘It ain’t no disgrace to be poor, but it might as well be.’ It is in fact a crime for an American to be poor, even though America is a nation of poor. Every other nation has folk traditions of men who were poor but extremely wise and virtuous, and thereforre more estimable than anyone with power and gold. No such tales are told by the American poor. They mock themselves and glorify their betters. The meanest eating or drinking etstablishment, owned by a man who is himself poor, is very likely to have a sign on its wall asking this cruel question: ‘If you’re so smart, why ain’t you rich?’ There will also be an American frag no larger than a child’s hand – glued to a lollipop stick and flying from the cash register.”
    “Americans, like human beings everywhere, believe many things that are obviously untrue,… . Their most destructive untruth is that it is very easy for an American to make money. They will not acknowledge how in fact hard money is to come by, and, therefore, those who have no money blame and blame and blame themselves. This inward blame has been a treasure for the rich and powerful, who have had to do less for their poor, publicly and privately, than any other ruling class since, say, Napoleonic times. Many novelties have come from America. The most startling of these, a thing without precedent, is a mass of undignified poor. They do not love one another because they do not love themselves.”

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