Bush PWNED by Jim Webb, Part II: The PWNage K0ntinu3z
The man who rudely insulted the Doof-in-Chief at a party is back, and he's smackin' down Bush's gibberish State of the Union Address.
Regarding the economic imbalance in our country, I am reminded of the situation President Theodore Roosevelt faced in the early days of the 20th century. America was then, as now, drifting apart along class lines. The so-called robber barons were unapologetically raking in a huge percentage of the national wealth. The dispossessed workers at the bottom were threatening revolt.
Roosevelt spoke strongly against these divisions. He told his fellow Republicans that they must set themselves "as resolutely against improper corporate influence on the one hand as against demagogy and mob rule on the other." And he did something about it.
Yeah, he called Bush a robber baron on national TV. Democratic Congress. WHAT!!!11!!