Everyone is a victim. No seriously everyone is a victim. Don’t grind your teeth, work with me here. This is a plan for victory.
Let’s start with the asthmatics: People who use OTC inhalers to cope with asthma have until the last day of the year to switch to prescription inhalers as per an Obama Administration mandate. The reason: the propellant in the OTC inhalers contributes to the depletion of the ozone layer.
Someone might want to clue the administration in to the fact that people that need inhalers don’t use the substance contained therein as a room freshener. They inhale it. Hence the name. And to that end, if these little lung grenades are doing such an effective job of punching holes in the ozone, shouldn’t asthmatics across the nation keeled over years ago from the corrosive properties of all the medicine they have been sucking in? All of those respiratory-challenged folks: Because of the Left, they are all victims now.
How about the working stiffs out there? The Joe Six-Pack Lunch Pail Time Clock Punching Union folks? It’s going to be hard to unionize something that no longer exists. In case the folks out there in the rank and file haven’t heard, all of those evil business owners who you want to bring to heel and squeeze for more taxes are on strike. They aren’t hiring, they aren’t buying equipment, they aren’t creating jobs. The president has them too scared to make a move. Consider the case of Ronnie Bryant who was going to open a coal mine in Alabama. Yes he would have made a profit. But he also would have provided jobs ranging from 50,000 to 150,000 dollars a year in a community. That is until the forces of the administration’s anti-business and environmental shock troops went to work on him. Ronnie Bryant gave up.
So the regular guys out there looking to make their mortgage and credit card payments may soon find themselves without jobs because there are fewer employers. So, because of the Left, the working class folks are all victims now.
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