Skip to comments.Warren Explains Governing Philosophy [semi-satire]
Posted on 01/25/2020 9:55:36 AM PST by John Semmens
Accosted by a voter who questioned her promise to cancel college debt, Democratic presidential contender Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass) rebuffed his contention that bailing out the debtors was unfair to people like himself who worked and saved to pay his children's college expenses.
"Look, the fairest principle for organizing society is that each person should contribute according to his ability and each person should be rewarded according to his need," Warren asserted. "You were able to work two jobs and could afford to pay your kids' way. Not everyone has as much energy or willingness to sacrifice. These less able people deserve the support of the government, and, indirectly, the support of those like yourself, as a means of redistributing the benefits of energy and self-sacrifice more broadly across the whole human family."
"You need to correct your way of thinking," she added. "Rather than focusing on a debunked idea that individuals are entitled to keep what they earn or own, when I am president all earnings and assets will go into a common pool and be distributed to whoever the government decides needs these earnings and property the most."
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Where’s the satire?
She is a straight up communist pretending Lying bitch.
Yeah, I don’t get it. Where indeed is the satire?
Satore..wink wink nudge nugge say know more..know what i mean,ey...?
Satire..wink wink nudge nugge say know more..know what i mean,ey...?
Putting her private thoughts into words is the satire.
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