Money markets are demanding that governments spend more on infrastructure and education and services other things governments do to make people's lives better.
Fox News, Hannity, May 9, 2014.
There are so many things wrong with this clip, it's hard to know where to begin, but it's fairly obvious that conservatives completely fail when it comes to their attempts at "humor" and Steven Crowder isn't worried about making an ass out of himself on television. But of course, the Fox-bots loved it.
After opening up this segment with something I could have done without, which is carrying a bit of water for the Fox/Romney theme that President Obama is somehow not doing his job or spending enough time talking to world leaders because he didn't have any one on one meetings while the United Nations was in town and heaven forbid he spent a part of his day appearing on The View, therefore he should be losing this election, he manged to get some good jabs in on Mittens and the GOP clown show he ran against in the primaries.
Just last week, Mitt Romney said: "I know there are some who believe that if you simply take from some and give to others then we’ll all be better off. It’s known as redistribution. It’s never been a characteristic of America." That
As Media Matters reported, Fox's John Stossell went on Fox & Friends to discuss his special Rich Man, Poor Man which aired on both of their networks, and made some dubious claims about what's happened to income growth for those who are living in