Just watched the Obama 30 minute ad, and to be honest, I have to say I had a hard time identifying with it. I guess it was just too blatantly pitched to the middle class; whoever they are. I should say up front that I’m one of those Americans who will suffer a tax increase under an Obama administration because, in fact, I’m way inside the top one percent of all wealthy Americans these days.
How wealthy am I? I’m not really sure, what with the roller coaster economy these days, but as an admirer recently marveled, I have a $60 million dollar custom built jet, and a $24 million dollar doggy jet that follows it with our two dachshunds, Willie Wanker Warhol and Dandy Dick The Dachshund.
Liberals attacked McCain for not knowing exactly how many residences he owns, but truth is, the guy is a pauper, really. Oh, Cindy has some beer bucks I’m told, and seven homes might impress a few single home owners; but I own twenty-seven homes that range in price from Obama’s 1.6 million dollar dump to my private island estate at $300 mil. But enough about my munnies.
It was clear from the Obama ad— I don’t care for the McCain “infomercial” slur— that he’s in the tank for the middle class. It’s just too bad that a big gaggle of them are outright racist, another flock are confused Republicans who think they’ll get rich some day, and then there’s the Democrats. Why anyone would try to unify this rabble is beyond me. And no, I won’t try and scare you with that socialism shtick, God forbid the middle class figures that out. The less said about “spreading the wealth around” the better. Just give me a president who will make my tax cuts permanent and keep the war machine crackin’ open new markets.
So yeah. Middle class? Save your ass; vote for Palin-McCain so the wealth will continue to trickle down to you, and we can have victory wherever we choose no matter how long it takes, or how many of your kids get to make the ultimate sacrifice to keep our nation free. And don’t worry about me. I’ll be fine.