Bill Maher discusses why people hate Mitt Romney (the first video begins at his comments about Romney and the second video is the rest):
You know, venture capitalists are not creators. They’re business men who find weak companies and prey on them. And Mitt can’t understand why anyone would ever question capitalism, no matter how feral it gets. “What? We found a wounded animal and we ate it!”
When asked about wealth distribution and income inequality, Mitt said, “It’s fine to talk about those things in quiet rooms.” Quiet rooms? Why? It’s a wealth gap not anal warts.
No wonder he doesn’t want to talk about it out loud — the most recent payroll data came in this week and the median annual income for an American is $26,353 a year. Or as Mitt calls it — a rounding error. At one of the debates Mitt said, “I won’t try and define who’s rich and who’s not rich, I want everybody to be rich.” Cue the morons in the audience clapping their hands like seals at a Seaworld getting a bucket of chum.
Well I can define who’s rich and who’s not: who’s rich is Mitt Romney and who’s not is someone making $26,000 a year…