Neil Cavuto introduced his usual pundits to provide their interpretation of the Democratic Debate. His first shill, Charles Payne began with a statement, What the hell is are the excesses of Capitalism? He also said, regarding the Dems,
'All the stuff used to be made at Black people, a higher minimum wage, all that kind of junk. Donald Trump's message is 1. America is a great place and 2. The individual who works hard can be rewarded.
Former Imus in the Morning business contributor, Dagen McDowell, was simply cracking up as if this debate was as utterly nonsensical as the GOP morons on her side of the aisle.
'The biggest laugh I've got int the past week is Bernie Sanders, Socialist, denouncing Capitalism but then saying, 'Oh, but we are an entrepreneurial nation and we need to do more to support small and medium size businesses.'
The giggling was completely over the top at this point. She stressed the inability of the government to do anything because Republicans are only interested, since the days of Eisenhower, in destroying government. That's how they perpetuate the circular government doesn't work-reasoning.
Millennial basher, Charlie Gasparino, touting his ability to do a Donald Trump impression, did say that the excesses of Capitalism are exemplified by the 2008 financial crisis, which is very true. But that sparked disagreement from the yakkers who felt that there ARE NO EXCESSES of Capitalism. Ben Stein was asked about the idea that the rich are going to pay for all these reforms they promise.
You can't tax the rich at a high enough rate to make all the poor middle class, there is not enough money.
He continued that this type of thinking will create Totalitarianism, like the Bolsheviks and the Nazis. Godwin's Law was bound to rear its ugly head or later, with this bunch.
Adam Lashinsky, the semi-liberalish guy today, says that the American people are schizophrenic on this topic. They admire wealth. Trying to continue he says, 'On the other hand, they really do hate'....then Cavuto interrupts and brings up Hillary Clinton's speaking fees, because that's so relevant to Trump starting on third and making it to home plate. Lashinsky manages a few words finally, actually managing a smidgen of truth, '
On the other hand, the American, public really do hate rich people. They see themselves as not having a chance that those people had.'
Gasparino thinks that the American people have been brainwashed by the media. Ben Stein laments that people think he's rich and they're 'always trying to borrow money from me, so I don't think they do hate rich people.' Ben Stein, always bringing the 'funny!'
McDowell claims that the media is throwing people into a rage so that they DO hate rich people, and she thinks envy is just wishing you can achieve what the rich people (who you of course admire), have done. She thinks envy is a good quality. Gasparino thinks that Secretary Clinton will pivot back to the 'crony Capitalist she is.'
Cavuto said that everyone on stage is just not good at math. He has a serious case GOP projection. Then, Payne is praised to the hilt because he said that rich people are always facing a punitive plan, it's always been punish people for their wealth. Gasparino thinks the excesses of Socialism 'give you the Gulag,' because he doesn't really understand Socialism. Ben Stein said that the Democratic Party is the party of envy.
Finally, Cavuto and Stein discuss the wealth of the Kennedy and Roosevelt families. Since they are the biggest Democratic heroes, Democrats must like wealth and secretly feel the same way that Republicans do. NOT!