Who Gets My Respect

J.J. Jackson | October 7, 2012 

My respect goes easily to the millionaire or billionaire who is out there investing his or her own money, creating jobs, and doing something to earn even more money.  My respect does not go to the politician who believes that those who have worked hard to earn money are evil and must be punished, who went to expensive colleges had his education handed to him on a silver platter, who opted to take to the streets and vilify those who sign the paychecks of other hard working Americans, who used his position of power to pen two rambling memoirs (espousing his hatred, racism, and Marxist views) to become wealthy, and who now sits in the White House and pretends that he is Joe Six Pack with an understanding of how us average Americans live.


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