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Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Categories Unreal Headlines Barack Obama's 'Lottery Winners'
“Last week, President Obama held a summit on poverty at Georgetown University. There, he explained that unrest in major American cities could be traced not to lack of values, but to simple lack of cash -- and that lack of cash, he suggested, could be attributed to simple lack of luck. "The top 25 hedge fund managers made more than all of the kindergarten teachers in the country," Obama stated. "You pretty much have more than you'll ever be able to use or anyone in your family will ever be able to use. There's a fairness issue involved here." He added that we should confiscate wealth from those people and redistribute it to "early childhood education" -- one of the greatest government boondoggles of all time -- because that's "where the question of compassion and 'I'm my brother's keeper' comes into play. And if we can't ask from society's lottery winners to just make that modest investment, then really this conversation [on poverty] is just for show."

This is evil masquerading as generosity.”

When confronted about his half-brother, George, who exists on $1/day, Obama was reported to have said, "Hey, I'm not my brother's keeper.' But, good ole Obama has no problem expecting all of us to be his brother's keeper -

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