Fox host: “I want to punish these people. Sorry to say that, but that’s what I want to do.”

“…I’m sick and tired of a massive, bloated federal bureaucracy living on our backs, and taking money out of us, a lot more money than most of us earn in the private sector, then getting a furlough, and then getting their money back at the end of it. Sorry, I’m not for that. I want to punish these people. Sorry to say that, but that’s what I want to do.”
— Stuart Varney, Fox Business host on furloughed federal workers.

When Varney says “us,” he doesn’t actually, literally mean usVarney’s net worth is $10 million. So this is exactly like when Willard Romney complained that government workers earn more than he does.

In reality, the super wealthy want the conservative base to believe and agree with the notion that a middle-class wage is an unfathomable luxury that shouldn’t be paid in the public sector AND shouldn’t be something that ordinary people even aspire to in the private sector. Stuart Varney must resent that he’s not getting a new tax cut this year for his income bracket.

Unfortunately for everyone, the Fox viewing audience gobbles up this delicious bullshit and always holds out their plates for seconds. Be happy with your Walmart wages, baggers. Keep your standards low and keep voting for the one percent. Praise Jesus! 

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