We Built It (Part I Losing It)

We built it.   It.  We.  Not you.  Not the government.  It belongs to us.  It is ours.  We work harder than you.  You cannot know how hard we work to build our small businesses.  (100 to 1500).  We work harder than our workers who we do not talk about.  Because they did not built it.   We built it.  Except to the extent that the workers are our fathers who were coal miners pursuing the American Dream who would one day be mentioned by their sons at a Republican Convention in Florida.  We are the sons who are the ones who built it.  We built it because we love freedom and we are the backbone and love freedom because freedom is free and it is the American dream.  Which we built.  Out of freedom.  Which is us.  And which you want to take away.  Even though it is not yours.  Because it is ours.  Because we built it.

Hello?

Hello?

Anyone?  Oh, shit.

A delegate from Texas waits for the start of the session during the second day of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida August 28, 2012. REUTERS/Eric Thayer

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3 Responses to We Built It (Part I Losing It)

  1. Zach says:

    Bahaha. Eastwooding!

    • Pierre Schlag says:

      OK. No more eastwooding. Wrong picture. (Hence, wrong message.) I actually think Eastwood was not so bad.

      • Zach says:

        Really? I thought his delivery was pretty bad. And it was so weird to hear all these Republicans explode in laughter when he mocked Obama for getting us into Afghanistan (considering that it was Bush that led us into Afghanistan). Eastwood seemed old, confused, and kind of pathetic. (And this is coming from someone who loves his movies, especially The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.)

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