This is coming from a doofus who never ran a business.
“[Romney believes] somehow, that those so-called job creators will make everything okay for the rest of us. We believe that the way to build this country is the way we always have, from the middle out … [to] invest in the things that have always made our economy grow: innovation, research, development, infrastructure, and education.”
How does Biden think the middle class in this country gets jobs? My gawd, what an idiot. Those who create the large manufacturing and service jobs in America, do so by investing and taking risks with their own money. Some of them happen to be the same wealthy people that Biden thinks are evil.
In March of this year, Biden gave a Culture War speech deriding Republicans with populist bullshit like: “These guys don’t have a sense of the average folks out there…They don’t know what it means to be middle class.” The kicker is that Joe The Everyman was speaking to an exclusive club of $10,000-per-couple campaign donors gathered at the home of Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) , in Georgetown, D.C. Kerry’s personal assets total about $200 million, by the way.
And Joe’s current status, (From Michelle Malkin’s book: Culture of Corruption):
–Biden’s custom-built house in Delaware’s ritziest Chateau Country neighborhood, assessed at $2.5 million four years ago, is the Bidens’ most valuable asset. He secured the estate with the help of a corporate executive who worked for Biden’s top campaign donor, credit card giant MBNA. In 1996, Biden sold his previous mansion to MBNA Vice Chairman John Cochran. The asking price was $1.2 million. Cochran forked over the full sum. Biden then paid $350,000 in cash to real estate developer Keith Stoltz for a 4.2-acre lakefront lot. Stoltz had paid that same amount five years earlier for the undeveloped property.
–Among Pal Joey’s dearest old pals: campaign finance “rainmaker” William Oldaker, who showered generous benefits on both the elder Biden and his lobbyist son, Hunter; Baltimore-based Peter Angelos, whose law firm gave Biden $156,250; Wilmington-based Young Conaway Stargatt and Taylor, which kicked in $127, 979; and Pachulski Stang Zielhl and Jones, which donated $145,625, according to The American Lawyer.
Biden’s self image as the humble son of an automobile dealer didn’t stop him from bad-mouthing a real blue collar worker, Joe (The Plumber) Wurzelbacher, who confronted Obama about his “spread the wealth” socialism during an Ohio campaign stop in 2008.
Biden is so out of touch, he’s on another fucking planet.