16 Nov

Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter’s is a shining example of a small, but filthy rich, short sighted, narrow minded,  self centered people that live under the illusion that they “self made” the wealth they have accumulated and desperately hoard. 

There is nothing further from the truth. They believe they exist in a vacuum; devoid of anyone or anything that might have contributed to their success and fortune.  They magically create a reality that completely ignores the people they employ that work their butts off for poverty level wages and actually are the ones who created their wealth. Rather than providing health care to their employees they waste millions on crony politicians or, like one Papa John fat cat, give away millions of pizzas, destroying our health by “super sizing” us into obesity and diabetes. 

They whine and complain about “big” government failing to acknowledge that ‘building that” would not have been possible were it not for the infrastructure and subsidies provided them by the government. 

Mentally these people live in the Stone Age where knuckle dragging and clubbing was a daily routine in order to survive. They  believe that, what’s mine is mine and what’s yours is mine except for what I chose to let  “trickle down” is the way the world should be. The fictional character, Gordon Gekko, who coined the infamous one liner, “greed is good” is their hero. 

In this last election they underestimated 51% of the American people, believing that they were locked in to the myth of the “American Dream”  that turns out is really a “nightmare” which we were rudely awakened from at the end of the Bush debacle. 

Now that the people have spoken they respond by threatening to secede and form their own government; electing to be traitors rather than patriots. In response the American people should simply say, “don’t let the door hit you in the ass on your way out.”

Now a word from Jon Stewart;  http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/tue-august-14-2012/it-s-not-delivery–it-s-d-economies-of-scale


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