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Elizabeth Warren Hates ‘Job Creation’ For Sympathizing With Jobless

One day soon ....How do you prove you hate “job creation” in America? According to a new GOP commercial attacking Elizabeth Warren, you do this by expressing sympathy and support for the jobless Americans taking part in the Occupy protests nationwide. The ad was created by Karl Rove’s anus Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies, some wingnut consulting firm that is legally a fetus in America. The commercial’s ominous narration says, “Fourteen million out of work, but instead of focusing on jobs, Elizabeth Warren sides with extreme left protests.” So it’s apparently “extreme left” to protest joblessness, and it’s not “focusing on jobs” to support the jobless who are protesting joblessness, is that right? This is going to be a tough campaign year for the Karl Roves of this world!

Warren, who is running against centerfold ex-teabagger Scott Brown for Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat, seems to actually want the job and also have some understanding of the economic mafia conditions that led to our current Middle Ages-style system of rich kleptocrats who use the police to keep the furious/beaten poors in line. In other words — Karl Rove’s words, we mean — Warren supports “radical redistribution of wealth and violence.”

Redistribution of violence? So, instead of organized violence being the exclusive realm of the government and the rich people that run the government, maybe the Poors could use the violence, against the kleptocrats? Well that would be radical, at least! [Boston Herald]

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171 comments

    1. Callyson

      Drone attacks…God, it's nice to see there are still some optimists out there. Thanks for cheering me up.

        1. ProgressiveInga

          Sigourney Weaver was a badass in that movie! She needs to whup up on those banksters at Goldman, fo shizzle.

          1. riverside68

            open up the air lock door on them, sounds about right.

            Which movie had the guy sucked out the broken window anus first?

            Fifth Element?

        1. CZL

          Here's a chilling thought. The current generation of Texas voters probably wasn't born during 1994.

          Enjoy!

      1. heathenette

        Amen! Or Ramen-which ever you prefer. Actually if he’d be arrested in say 1960 we all be better off.

    1. HobbesEvilTwin

      I'm sentimental for the similar photoshop that gave Rove a piss stain.

      Anyone still have a copy of that one?

  1. Chillwaver

    Man…Turd Blossom can't stand staying in the sidelines, can he? “Radical redistribution of wealth and violence” sounds like an accurate description of the "War on Terror," with oil companies and private security firms taking a piece of the pie.

  2. EatsBabyDingos

    Not "violence," but "violins" on Karl Rove, used in a sentence like "I would like to hit Karl Rove over the head with about a hundred and twenty violins, all at once."

    1. Lascauxcaveman

      One at a time would be fun, too. If you listen closely enough, you'll notice they each make a subtly different tone as they, and Rove's cranium, splinter.

      1. SayItWithWookies

        By "radical," he means a 4% increase in their income taxes, as imposed by that socialist Ronald Reagan.

  3. Come here a minute

    To be fair, Elizabeth Warren has taken some of her focus away from job creation in order to focus on people not getting fucked over by the banks.

  4. memzilla

    I'm trying to visualize the Rethuglican Plotting Chamber where this continual twisting of facts and history into lies happens. This vortex of greed, this temple to Oligarchy-Plutocracy-Kleptocracy, this megalomanic fixation and worship of taking all that is right and good about this country and twisting it to the narrow greedy agenda of the top 0.01%.

    Does it look like the star-drive field in Star Trek? Is is the checkered tube of Irwin Allen's The Time Tunnel? Or is it the horrible pool of black goop from the remake of The Mummy?

    It would be one thing if all of the people crafting the Rethuglican agenda were doing it from a genuine belief that their way is better for our country. But it's not. We see it's not. They know it's not. How anyone with a soul, with a heart, with a brain, with any sense of moral conviction at all, can work with the foremost belief of "Screw the country, screw the poorz, screw the dupes, screw everybody else, wring out their last shekel and kick their lifeless corpses into the gutter!" is just beyond my comprehension.

    1. BaldarTFlagass

      "I'm trying to visualize the Rethuglican Plotting Chamber where this continual twisting of facts and history into lies happens."

      SMERSH headquarters in Blofeld's volcano, circa "You Only Live Twice". With the piranha-filled goldfish pond.

    2. DaRooster

      "How anyone with a soul, with a heart, with a brain, with any sense of moral conviction at all…"

      They couldn't… so the ones with no heart and soul or moral conviction can only convince the ones with no brains… but there are quite a few of them apparently.

    3. tessiee

      "I'm trying to visualize the Rethuglican Plotting Chamber where this continual twisting of facts and history into lies happens. "

      Haven't seen the movies you mention, but I bet it somehow involves a throne sitting on top of a pile of skulls.

  5. hagajim

    Wait – aren't the protesters the jobless….stupid fucking Karl Rove….no wonder he is a turd blossom.

  6. HarryButtle

    I see what you did there, Karl…this attack on Warren is clearly an attempt to cover your tracks in the Cain affair.

  7. Fare la Volpe

    Maybe those lefties would stop being so jobless if they just got up and got a job already, JEEZ.

  8. Callyson

    1984, updated:
    Unemployment insurance is theft
    Peaceful protest is violent class warfare
    Sympathy with the downtrodden is enabling personal irresponsibility

    1. Generation[redacted]

      Corporate funded political campaign is grass-roots.
      Grass roots movement is a dangerous mob.

    2. bikerlaureate

      Owning a microwave oven is incompatible with poverty.

      "Right-to-work" is nullifying most grounds for wrongful termination claims (and, in Florida, not requiring employers to give employees an unpaid break to eat lunch).

  9. JustPixelz

    When faced with these kind of policy choices — side with the noble job-creating American aristocrats or with the filthy, hate-filled, destroyers of our way of life™ — I ask my self: WDDD? — "What Did Dubya Do?" — and the answer is clear. The Tree of Equity must be nourished from time to time with the tax-advantaged, off-shore funds of millionaires and billionaires (and tyrants).

  10. freakishlywrong

    Oh, to be around when it dawns on the turd blossom that a clear majority of Muricans support OWS; therefore, a stake through the heart of the "we're a center right country" nonsense. It appears as though we are indeed, "far left". Go 'Lizabeth!

      1. SorosBot

        And classify them as "Left leaning" along with Richard "Kill all the Muslims / kids get off my lawn" Cohen and Dana "Hillary Clinton is a bitch. Ha ha ha!' Milbank.

  11. BornInATrailer

    Christmas tree tax, a plague of sexual assaults in OWS camps and this… has the rhetoric actually been getting dumber this week or did I somehow become less jaded?

  12. Sue4466

    Meanwhile, Rove's GOP has focused on the very job creatory thing of reaffirming a national motto no one cares about.

    1. jus_wonderin

      I totally agree. I must confess, I was hoping it was only that the stocks or guillotine were cropped out.

    1. tessiee

      Punch him in the face?
      Kick him in the balls?
      No, that won't work; he doesn't have any balls.
      Strap him to a chair a la "Clockwork Orange" and make him watch all of Carrot Top's movies?
      Set him on fire, if for no other reason than to watch all that blubber ignite like a Roman candle?
      How about we take away his money and give it to a homeless guy, live, on national television? That ought to make him cry like the little bitch he is.

  13. boobookitteh

    As a rapidly aging woman, I don't like to wish time to speed up. But goddamn I just cannot fucking wait to pull the lever for Elizabeth Warren next year.

    1. OccupyFnChicken

      Two upfists for the "goddamn". If there is a god, I would prefer that he pay strict attention to everything we invoke "GD" for.

  14. Guppy

    Y'know, if you crack open an American history book (outside of Texas) and take a look at the chapter on the 1930's, you tend not to see the authors bemoaning the fate of the Rockefellers and Vanderbilts.

    Think this fact will sink in with the GOP any time soon?

    1. Judith_Priest

      It has. That's why they destroy any chance of middle-class kids getting a good education, and why they rewrite all the history textbooks THEIR way!

    1. DetectiveGrey

      Can I also say it? Elizabeth Warren 2016! We seem to be having luck with young, ambitious Democrat senators. Heck, maybe this one will even stand up to the GOP.

      Edit: Oh shit, she's 62? I mean, that's a baby in GOP years, but she does NOT look it.

    1. GOPCrusher

      Absolutely not! They took personal responsibility and went out and created a jerb for themselves.
      And this whole time I thought that the unemployed were that way because we just weren't cutting taxes enough.

  15. PuckStopsHere

    What is unsaid yet clearly implied, is that Warren should be focused on jobs they way repubes in the Congress are presently focused on jobs. "Like I laser" is how they put it, I believe.

    1. GOPCrusher

      You mean trying to repeal the law that does away with incandescent light bulbs, wasn't about creating jerbs?

    2. Chichikovovich

      You mean spending an entire day debating whether or not to reaffirm "In God We Trust" as the US motto wasn't about creating jerbs?

  16. Mumbletypeg

    [Warren] seems to actually want the job

    Good for her, and for us. But [O/T] it's the other thing she was up for and there's still-simmering-down fuss over it, about some schlub getting tapped to head up the Consumer Protection thing over her popularly carried support for the job. I understand she helped advise the CFPB's development or overhaul or whatnot. But I never got the direct impression she was exactly mortified or disappointed that someone else got chosen to actually run the thing.

    Was her heart set on it, did she go on record as such & I just missed it? I've been dying to ask this but was reluctant since she is obviously intent on running for elected office anyway. I can think of a million & one reasons why she might prefer that over an appointment but what do I know?

    1. HistoriCat

      I think she – and the White House – knew that her appointment would be held up forever in the Senate – you know, the greatest wind-making consortium of fail in the world.

    1. Fukui_sanYesOta

      Would you hit it with a bat?
      Would you hit it with a rat?

      I would not hit it, Fukui-git, I would not hit that Rovey shit.

  17. Mahousu

    Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies

    If you have grass roots growing out of your crossroads, your infrastructure is pretty much shot. Which is unfortunately more reality than metaphor.

    1. Lascauxcaveman

      Really, you think they've have figured a way to stick a flag, an apple pie and your mom in that name somehow.

  18. OCcupied_Surf_Serf

    Warren’s campaign manager Mindy Myers: “Hasn’t Karl Rove done enough damage to our country already?”

    Yes. Mindy. Fuck yes.

  19. El Pinche

    Is it wrong that my nipples get hard every time I see that photochop of Karl getting dragged to prison? If it is, then I don't wanna be rightaaah!

  20. Pop_Socket

    This is the Republicans own fault. If they had confirmed her to that silly government job she wouldn't have had time to run for Senate. Karma is a bitch.

    1. Judith_Priest

      But we need to poop on them first! Poop is an extremely powerful symbol to the Far Right. Read any Comments board about OWS. EVERY drooling RW dumbshit is OBSESSED about the Poop of the Protesters.

        1. Judith_Priest

          Join me in the Comments section. Lots of harrumphing about "this is the way the Leftists respect Free Speech". We're reminding them about the Tea Party at the Health Care town halls.

  21. SorosBot

    The Republicans seem to have neglected to look at the polls, otherwise they would have noticed that Occupy Wall Street is popular and associating an opponent with the movement will help them; and that everyone hates the teabaggers.

  22. cheetojeebus

    Surprisingly, this human donut, this never ending loop of effluence, this failure as an organism wears a Dilbert tie?

  23. BarackMyWorld

    Go ahead, Karl Rove, because attacking people for being too liberal is going to play so well in Massachusetts.

  24. Lionel[redacted]Esq

    “radical redistribution of wealth and violence.”

    Clearly, Rove is afraid that the wealth and violence that he distributed to his friends in the Mid-East will instead be directed toward him and other white people who have been living like parasites, making millions and producing nothing that betters society.

  25. HobbesEvilTwin

    The fact that the Brownstains are going after Elizabeth so early in the cycle just makes me all happy inside. She is going to crush that douchebag in a landslide that will make Ted Kennedy proud!

  26. Lionel[redacted]Esq

    None of this matters. All that matters is does Warren know who plays for the Red Socks, Celtics and Patriots, where to get a cheap beer, and how to pose nude. She pulls all of those off, and the Senate is as good as hers.

  27. actor212

    In other words — Karl Rove’s words, we mean — Warren supports “radical redistribution of wealth and violence.”

    Is that what the Penn State riots were about last night? A redistribution of violence? Damn socialists!

  28. SayItWithWookies

    If there were no such thing as politics, Karl would be on a Bangkok street corner pimping little girls to fat, pasty sex-tourist used-car salesmen from Duluth.

  29. Dok-cupy Everything

    How dare this woman who is not yet in the Senate fail to pass any laws promoting job growth!

  30. Dok-cupy Everything

    “The ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement is the wrong response to our country’s economic morass,” said Nate Hodson, Crossroads GPS Director of State and Regional Media Relations, in a statement. “This issue ad is designed to alert citizens to the radical views of Elizabeth Warren and turn up the heat for solutions that help Massachusetts’s job creators instead of propping up her intellectual theories.”

    Intellect bad! Gut reaction good!!

    1. tessiee

      “The ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement is the wrong response to our country’s economic morass,”

      Meh *shrug*, we tried bending over and grabbing our ankles, it didn't work so hot.

  31. lulzmonger

    When it comes to redistribution of violence, I'm a staunch proponent of Trickle-Up Theory.

    Nothing clears the mind quite like a well-oiled guillotine waiting for its next customer.

    1. WootInTarnation

      Or a rusty, dull guillotine. The momentum is really the key. And if it takes a little extra hand work, so be it. The end result's the same. Just ask the Duke of Monmouth.

  32. anniegetyerfun

    The jobless are without work for a reason. If they want a job, they know what they have to do.

    Herman Cain's Crotch/Job Creation 2012!

  33. NewtsChicknNeck

    if karl went to jail, his man-pussy would be getting almost as much action as its getting now.

  34. mavenmaven

    Remember, poor folks, if you only give us rich people more money, and let us take away more rights from you poor people, for some reason, occasionally, if us rich see a way to make even more money, we might occasionally spend some of that money, some of it even in the USA if you are nice to us, though very rarely.
    That's *ahem* how it works.

  35. Antispandex

    I mean really, Karl Rove must be like a SUPER Teapublican. Shouldn't he be out hunting down a rent boy, or a tranny hooker, or at least an under aged girl? What's this obsession with "policy"? Can't the guy just take a break and do what they do?

  36. HistoriCat

    You think a strong, unapologetic, truly Democratic candidate will inspire Dems to do what's right and actually have the courage of their convictions?

    Nah – probably not.

    1. Judith_Priest

      According to Karl's autobiography, he entered the political arena because, at age 10, he and a neighborhood girl had a fistfight over the upcoming Nixon vs. Kennedy election. The girl's family supported Kennedy; Rove's family supported Nixon (of course).

      The girl pummeled the living shit out of him, and so he swore that day revenge against all Evil Liberals, wherever they be. (I try to imagine Rove as a child, and all I come up with is Eustace from "Voyage of the Dawn Treader" –the one in the book, not some stupid movie.)

      I am not making this up.

      1. ttommyunger

        I have no problem believing that about the little round man. He is a pussyfart's pussyfart, to be sure.

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