Biden—not a politician known for tongue control—told a crowd at an event in Ohio:
“They don't get us, they don't get who we are.”
Fact is, Vice President Biden, we DO get you.
What I’m hoping is that anyone who buys into messaging that claims the hope of mankind rests on a bloated, wasteful government gets you.
Biden’s administration constantly brings up the matter of wealth disparity. Naturally, Democrats blame the rich. However, the Obama administration’s policies will make that disparity worse in the long run.
The more you vest in government, the less there is in the private sector. Have you ever tried to get a federal job? You have to KNOW somebody. If you’re in the upper echelon of Democrat Party politics, you may get a cushy federal position, but if you’re Ms. Main Street, you can forget about it. There is no more incestuous workplace (figuratively speaking) than the federal government.
Socialist policy has made the Washington, D. C. area the richest part of our country. Get this—the area also has the highest level of food stamp usage. Got that?
Government dominates the housing, automobile manufacturing, lending, education and healthcare market. Government manipulation of the energy sector has increased the cost of everything.
As the free market contracts, we pay more for every item connected to those industries.
Biden frequently attacks presumptive GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney for his wealth.
Biden is wealthy. President Barack Obama is wealthy. Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is super rich. Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) and his wife are uber rich. By your standards, Biden, you all have a problem. Frankly, it’s a problem most Americans would like to have.
As Biden preaches economic class warfare, his party also divides us on the basis of skin color, faith, sexual orientation and gender. For those of us who pushed hard for civil rights, that’s the worst offense of all.
The only message I heard Romney deliver when he visited Jacksonville was a message of unity.
Romney wants to help us rebuild this country. All of us.
Democrats want to continue growing government and shrinking the private sector. Democrats want to pick who gets the wealth—take Solyndra, for example.
We get you loud and clear, Mr. Vice President. We know where you want to take us and therein lies your real problem.
We do understand why you aren’t hyping your administration’s “accomplishments.” If you told the truth about that, no one would vote for a Democrat in November.
(Commentary by Kay B. Day/May 19, 2012)