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Bernie Sanders Asks the Rich: ‘When is Enough Enough?’

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By Doug Powers  •  December 12, 2010 01:11 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

During his filibuster speech, Vermont Rep. and super-Socialist Bernie Sanders asked multi-millionaires “when is enough enough?” Forget for a moment the fact that all Sanders had to do was look around the room and ask some of his hypocritical colleagues that question.

Here’s Sanders — a train robber with the audacity to accuse the passengers of “making out like bandits” simply for hanging on to what he couldn’t manage to steal:

Below are some government revenue and spending trends demonstrating that taxpayers are the ones who should be asking Bernie Sanders “when is enough enough” instead of the other way around:

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When is “enough” enough, Rep. Sanders? Stop being a crybaby and answer the question.

Although I have a feeling Sanders’ response to how much more das kapital US taxpayers should be forced to cough up would be the same as the auto mechanic’s reply to Clark Griswold in the movie Vacation when he asked how much he owed them for the repairs: “All of it, boy.”

Update: Will lefty pundits call for class warfare socialists to tone down the rhetoric now that an arsonist is leaving “f–k the rich” notes at places he starts fires?

(h/t Moonbattery)

**Written by Doug Powers

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