The American People are Orc Peons

Do you all know those on-line games where you can build an entire town up by just clicking on your “workers” and telling them what to do? They run off and the build structures as we sit back and “manage” our resources as we work through the game. We watch our  little workers go and build up our town for measly amounts of gold; and by the end of the game we have like a trillion gold pieces in the bank and we are sitting there flexing like, “YES I’M THE ISHNITZZZ!!” ::coughs::  Anyway…

… I think that is how people like Mitt Romney view average Americans. We are just mere plebs that they control in order to stack and hoard their gold… er, cash. They have created a system where we are always indebted in one way or another by way of school loans, mortgages, medical bills, and credit cards. They then claim that they cannot afford to pay their workers more, but in the meanwhile, they are taking home multi-million dollar bonuses every year – and each year those bonuses increase, even while we are sitting in a bad economy.

People like Romney just do not have the capacity to empathize with people who aren’t well off. It would be like me sitting back, looking at my little orc peon in Warcraft and wondering if he is making enough to take care of all of the little orcses back at home. We are the equivalent of computer pixels in the minds of the corporatists who hold office.

When Mitt Romney says that it isn’t his job to worry about “those people,” when he says that he doesn’t worry about poor people, he means it.

#JustSaying

 

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