Mr. Redistribute the Wealth tells Joe the Plumber that if he buys the business he works for, and moves into the "wealthy" tax bracket, he must give up his hard earned money to help people who don't work for what they have. Does Pampers live by example? When he addresses the Al Smith dinner, playing on the heartstrings of the political and media elite by talking about the poor beyond the walls of the hotel hosting them, does he make his case by practicing what he preaches? You need only look at Mrs. Pampers' receipt from their stay at the Waldorf Astoria while they were in town for the Al Smith Dinner to find the answer.
Did he redistribute the wealth when he bought his Hyde Park mansion to his impoverished relatives in Kenya? Nope.
Mr. and Mrs. Pampers, you are a couple of hypocritical douchebags. God help us all if you asshats get in the White House.
Looks like the folks at Native Americans Against Obama are thinking the same thing.
My colleague in Italy has pointed out that the receipt image is most likely fake, but we agree that the story that ran in the New York Post was accurate. As my teachers used to insist, it always helps to have a visual aid to get your point across. For the record, the team of elves at Oh...my valve did not generate this image, but considered it illustrative. I still find it appropriate to use it even if it is fake. The candidate certainly is after all.