Jon Stewart Goes at the Republican Rhetoric: “Class Warfare on Job Creators”
When President Obama recently proposed Jon always manages to surprise me with his ability to tame the beast with well thought out arguments and great comebacks like the one in this interview with Mitch Daniels, Indiana Governor: “obsession, bashing and confiscating. I understand the language of unity, but I am not sure.. (if this choice of words is it).” Well done Jon!
Watch this yet another fascinating interview by Jon Stewart where he shatters all the obsessively stupid arguments Republicans are making with their latest rhetoric “class warfare.” The irony of ironies is that they are guilty of the same thing they are accusing the President and Democrats are making – i.e. resorting to class warfare.
The only comedy here is the arguments by the Republicans – otherwise this video is very educational.
“…to protect the wealthy through policy and rhetoric. .. this decade has not been a bad decade for the wealthiest of Americans. If they are the job creators, why are they not creating (jobs)… it feels like a false argument to me?
That was quite some interesting information. Also came across news of a job fair by Hindustan Times in US. Might be of use to readers:
“India Hiring – Shine US Job Fair 2011” at San Jose (12 – 13 November) and New Jersey (5 – 6 November).
To register and be informed about relevant jobs, here’s the site to go to:
Participant criteria:(a) an Indian residing in San Jose/ New Jersey area, and (b)work experience of 6 years or more.
Talking of job creators here is a snippet from Colbert Show.
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