Wondering

As I drove around in my car today, I was wondering how much money you have to have so that you can benefit more from voting Republican than Democratic.

I mean, if you are poor, sick, or elderly not rich, it helps you to vote Democratic. But at what income level, is it better to switch to Republican, assuming you are a greedy, “non caring for others” type of person.

Is it $50,000?

Of course you have to figure that voting Democratic will lead to changes in the future that will help the poor, sich and elderly. And that would make you feel good.

But maybe looking at a income level is foolish. It is hard to figure out an exact income level.

And of course, since both sides get way too much money from cooporate America, maybe you are only a bit better voting Democrat verses Republican. Lets not forget that a lot of Democrats will vote for those corporations who contribute to their campaigns. Some get too much money from health insurance companies and big pharma.

Actually I am wondering why many rich people want to be greedy. I mean, do they like it that poor people sometimes die because they cannot get health care? Really I think they know this, but choose to believe the dumb myth that the poor are lazy and deserve their fate.

Really the rich are goofy. They are greedy all their lives, then realize that even if they give their children a bunch, that they will still die as a speck of sand in the desert, so they start foundations, and give to charities, and try and leave a legacy.

No matter how charitable George Bush is, in the future, his legacy of helping rich coorporations will leave him with no legacy.

Wondering

yevad98

Oconto, United States

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The rich are goofy

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