Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Don't call them Democrats, just call them Aristocrats

I have held my tongue throughout this entire Caroline Kennedy debate. The last thing in the world I wanted to do what criticize Kennedy.

I did not think that is was right to Palinize her after everything Sarah Palin has been through in the last 4 months. Anyone, no matter who they are, does not deserve that type of treatment from anyone for any reason.

I still have no intention of criticizing her. In fact, I hope she gets the nod to be the next US Senator from the state of New York. What would be more fitting? She is a Kennedy, she is entitled. She is replacing another woman who was also entitled, Hillary Clinton.

But after reading this joke of an article from the Washington Post, I could stay silent no longer. Seriously, how many Americans have anything in common with Caroline Kennedy?

Amid all the recent buzz about Caroline Kennedy's bid for a U.S. Senate seat, there has been a great deal of talk about her connections, her power, her wealth. But the way I see it, if you strip away the glamour, the name and the money, then Caroline is . . . me. And many of my friends. Maybe even you. If, that is, you happen to be a midlife woman raising kids and returning -- or thinking of returning, or hoping one day to return -- to the full-time workforce.

It has been made very clear to most Americans that the Democrats are entitled to anything they want. And boy will they ever whine if they do not get it. Just ask President Bush about the whining stuff, I am certain he will tell you.

Entitlement has become such the rage on the Democrat side of the aisle that it seems completely senseless to even call them Democrats anymore.

Just call them Aristocrats.

The entitlement mentality starts at the very top of the Aristocrat party and then follows its way down the line.

Start with Barack Obama, the next president of the United States. Obama has not worked for a single thing in his life. It has all been handed to him. For example, his Harvard and Columbia education is the best education that money could buy. Only Obama did not pay for it or work for it, we did. Taxpayers paid for his education through affirmative action. What do you believe that type of education costs? Half a million dollars? I would say at least that much.

From there, Obama entire political career has been built around his high profile associations. For example, Reverend Wright that pulled Obama in tight with the African American community. Bill Ayers launched his political career out of his home. Head of the State Senate Emil Jones, who was literally passing legislation to Obama to have him put his name at the top to advance his career. Tony Rezko, who created Obama’s high roller donor base that exists today. Rod Blagojevich, who connected Obama with all of the high profile Democrat leaders in the state, not only when Rod was a Congressman, but even after Blago became governor.

Barack Obama’s life may have started middle class, but Obama quickly took on the look of an Aristocrat and has not looked back since.

Caroline Kennedy like the rest of the Aristocrats, honestly believes that she is entitled to the job. I know that she denies that she is entitled, but when asked about qualifications she simply answered that she stands for the values of the Democrat party.
""I'm really coming into this as somebody who isn't, you know, part of the system, who obviously, you know, stands for the values of, you know, the Democratic Party," Kennedy told the Daily News in one of the interviews that the daughter of President John F. Kennedy conducted with the media over the weekend.

Okey dokey. The mere fact that she is even asking for this job means that she feels entitled to it.

Moving on…

Right here on the local level of government, we see our own Aristocrats. Think back just a few months ago, when Kenosha had the choice of Democrats in the primary for State Assembly. The day before nomination papers are due in to the state, Peter Barca, the Aristocrat, decided that he wanted the job. Now why would anyone want to be a state assembly person, when they were previously a US congressman? Who knows?

The reality was that the Aristocrat entered the race for State Assembly virtually killing any chance for the two other candidates.

Peter Barca has been sitting in his office for the last 14 years, chilling with his high profile friends, like the mayor of Milwaukee. Jim Huff, one of his opponents, the working class guy, was out pounding the streets of Kenosha as a police officer. The man put his life of the line every single day.

In a 24 hour period, the Aristocrat (Barca) decided that he wanted the job and destroyed the working class (Huff) man’s chances. Barca could simple out raise Huff by at least a three to one margin.

The idea that the Democrat Party stands for the working man is an absolute joke. This is just not true.

Aristocrats are only interested in the people that can advance their careers, shell out the big bucks and the power a title brings.

Do you think Obama has any clue on how to be a president?

There is no way possible, he has never lead anything at any time of his life.

But he sure has that title now, doesn’t he?

Barack Obama is the head Aristocrat and the rest of the party is just tripping along behind him.

So why shouldn’t Caroline Kennedy feel entitled to the job, the rest of the Aristocrats feel entitled also. They know the people, they have the money, plus they will stamp their feet and whine for years if the do not get their way.

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