That's right Carol, let your stereotyping inner bigot out there for everyone to see.<quoted text>
It was unfortunate Mitt lumped the 47% receiving some kind of government entitlement together with those who think Obama was going to pay their mortgage, their phone bill and pay to raise their 15 kids with 9 different daddies.
He was right though, wasn't he?
But things had to get really bad for all the nonsense to stop once and for all. We're living through the silver lining, Homer.
It will all become clear soon enough. Common sense will shine down on us once again.
No Carol, he wasn't right except in the warped minds of fools like you. You are right in one thing though, there is some "common sense" shining through. The business community is starting to turn against the extreme right wing tea party. The recent fiscal crisis has opened a major rift between the tea party wing of the Republican Party and business groups that traditionally have backed Republicans, with many business leaders now vowing to get involved more in GOP primaries to try to counter insurgent candidates. Business groups are increasingly joining forces with Defending Main Street, a group backing center-right Republicans. Should they succeed in defeating some tea party candidates, Mr. Phillips said, the tea party will run their candidates in third party campaigns where possible — a strategy analysts say likely would divide the Republican vote and make it easier for Democrats to win.