Middleclass Warfare!

Who would like a new video from Crowder for the weekend? Don’t answer; I can’t hear you.

Reminds me a little bit of one of my previous Pajamas Media columns which you can read as a companion piece. You should always go back and reread my old stuff.

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  1. I only hope she doesn’t have children (or that she’s a great actress, in which case, duh).

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  2. Johnny Bravo! Thank you. That’s who he reminds me of. It’s gotta be intentional, right? I mean with the buffness and the ‘do?

    Exit question: Does Crowder’s free enterprise message conflict with his inner monologue rant? No Gigs for you!

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  3. The way she pronounces “S” drives me nuts. Not many women pronounce S so sharply (thank God), but the few I’ve met who do are sort of in the same IQ bracket.

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  4. The liberal obsession with corporations amuses me even more!

    I’m sure agricultural corporations don’t benefit from government subsidized inferior products like the infamous HFCS, now labeled as corn sugar on some boxes. Likewise I have the utmost confidence that Obama’s connections to Exelon have nothing to do with his coal and oil policies, which I hesitate to call policies since I don’t typically consider murder to be a policy.

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  5. Logic and reason. Crowder should stop that. He should appeal to us through emotion, images and empty slogans. Like liberals do. Much more effective.

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  6. Crowder mentioned Thomas Sowell, and he is indeed a brilliant man. Unfortunately, the average 20-something will probably never read him. I like Steve Crowder because he at least has a chance to carry Dr Sowell’s message to a few of the ditzes he parodies in this viedo

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  7. @Marko, Liberals hate corporations, as corporations are all evil and are destroying the world, except the ones they’re trying to get a job at to pay their bills.

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  8. She’s cute. I’m hoping it was only an act, but it was an annoyingly accurate portrayal of today’s youth. I thought she was going to get hit by that red car when she walked away.

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