Jon Lovitz Gets It Right On Obama


I’m not one of these guys who think everything matters more just because a celebrity said it. Now, here’s something everybody says that’s important and interesting because Jon Lovitz from Saturday Night Live said it ;)

This whole thing with Obama saying the rich don’t pay their taxes is f***ing bullsh*t. First they say to you … ‘The United States of America, you can do anything you want – go for it! So then you go for it and you make it and everyone’s like, ‘F*** you!”

Isn’t that right?

How it starts: Hey you! You can have the American Dream! It doesn’t matter what color you are, whether you just got your citizenship, or whether your family is poor — if you work hard, you too can work hard and be rich!

How it ends: So, you’re rich huh? How many poor people did you screw over to get that money, one percenter? It’s people like you who are ruining this country with your greed! The government ought to tax you into oblivion!

That makes no sense whatsoever. We encourage people to go out and try to become rich and then we demonize them if they’re successful. So, what happened between how it started and how it ends? Simple; Liberals happened. They are a lot of poor and middle class Americans who are trying to make it to the top and percentage wise, most of them don’t make it. So, they promote envy as a political tactic to appeal to the larger numbers of people who didn’t reach their dreams. It’s despicable. It’s unamerican. It’s even a sin. But, they do it and so does Obama. That’s why Jon Lovitz has his number.

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