Poor people from Across Amerikkka Speak up to Big Finance on the TARP Tour

Tiny - Posted on 12 August 2011

Edited/Produced by Muteado Silencio for PNN-TV

Well, that says it all, doesn't it?
As for the funny looking guy with the beard, I'll just bet that the financial district paid big bucks to persecute "tired" San Franciscans. Just makes sense.
And as for the claim that the property paid for by the taxpayers belongs to the "people,' I just want to make sure that the "people" involed are actually taxpayers - you know, that elusive 53% of the population that Poor Magazine just doesn't seem to represent.

You seem exceptionally mean spirited. Are you a Troll, Sir/Madam?

Are people not tax payers? Are tax payers not people?
If indeed they are, then shouldn't taxes go towards benefiting the people?
I know Rev. Cheney is a person too, but if I'm not mistaken, the cost of his little overseas adventures is running the tax payers something like 4 trillion dollars, all told. That money is not going to help the people, and it's not improving the roads, the schools or the parks in S.F., never mind provide public housing or basic healthcare.

I guess what I'm trying to ask is, exactly who are you proposing property belongs to if not the "People?"
(Please don't bother to repeat how the bay area is not the "real world" and all that drivel. You can put a cat in the oven, but that don't make it a biscuit.)


...YOU can put a cat in the oven -- that seems like your style.
Yes, property belongs to the people: the people who own it. Which I suspect is not you.
And yes, people are tax payers, and tax payers are people. But, again, I'd be willing to bet real money that you're not one of those particular people.
And you shouldn't assume that just because I don't see things your way I'm a fan of Bush/Cheney. But guess what: they've been gone over two years, and the promised land has not come to pass.
As for the Bay Area not being the real world, that seems irrelevant since, on this site, your ilk has made SF and Oakland sound like Nazi Germany.
Bottom line: if things aren't going your way in the Bay Area, you might as well hang it up, because you're sure not going to make any headway in the heartland.

You have mastered the art of spitting vitriol... and making wild assumptions... which you admit are assumptions... and indeed, debasing this conversation.

Don't you have anything better to do with your time then post hateful, degrading comments on Poor Magazine's website?

Do you?


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