For a President that spends so much time and energy bemoaning "rich fat-cats," to hear him refer to some of the most elite members of the evil 1% club as ultimate arbiters of the Nation's direction—that was quite shocking! I thought the rich millionaires were bad guys? I thought the President was leading the battle against the 1%? Moreover, I thought the President was a "common-man" just like the rest of us? But yet it looks like every time I see the news, he is hobnobbing with another elite rich fat-cat millionaire.
Oh I forgot; these are people from the Hollywood 1% club so that is completely different. The Hollywood fat-cats, unlike the Wall Street fat-cats, are just like everybody else—their assistants help them put their pants on, but only one leg at a time. They do not exploit the 99%—when they sell products or make commercials they are providing a social service, they are not doing it for the money those millions they make are just an added bonus for doing something positive for us commoners. They are down to earth and humble—they make sure their pets only have one garage, no excesses like the those insatiable Wall Street fat-cats. They care about the environment, their multi-acre ultra carbon emitting mansions have solar panels and at least one of their ten cars is a hybrid. They don't think they are better than everyone else—they make sure that the person that they pay to stand in line for them does not cut in front of the other commoners. Yes, how foolish of me, the Hollywood 1% is clearly nothing like those greedy, money hungry, self indulgent Wall Street types. To think I almost lost confidence in our glorious ruler. The Hollywood millionaires that the President pals around with are clearly different. In fact they are just like the average factory worker, teacher, or store clerk. They merely want to help us become as rich as they are. They are simple people who know and understand us because they live and think just like us. I guess in this context President Obama's comments are not as bad as I thought, my bad!