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Nancy Pelosi Demolishes Eric Can’tor’s Idiocy on “mobs,” “class warfare”

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See at about 3:40 into this video for Eric Can’tor saying he’s “increasingly concerned about the growing mob occupying Wall Street and the other cities across the country; and believe it or not, some in this town have actually condoned the pitting of Americans against Americans.”

Nancy Pelosi responds, utterly demolishing Eric Can’tor’s idiocy. Check this out:

PELOSI: I didn’t hear him say anything when the Tea Party was out demonstrating, actually spitting on members of Congress right here in the Capitol, and he and his colleagues were putting signs in the windows encouraging them. But let’s not get down to that. Let’s not get…

AMANPOUR: But do you think it’s pitting Americans against Americans?

PELOSI: But it’s the American system. It’s the democratic system. We don’t all agree. We’d have a king if we were all of one mind. We don’t. We have different views. And the — part of the democracy of our country is the expression that people give, and the Constitution guarantees that.

AMANPOUR: The story seems now to be one of class warfare. Are you concerned and worried that that is going to be the story going into the elections?

PELOSI: Well, actually, that notion, which I don’t like, is one that came from the other side. When we said everyone should pay their fair share, the other side said that’s class warfare.

No, it’s not. It’s the most endearing American value, fairness. And it’s about everyone paying their fair share. We all have a responsibility to grow our economy, reduce the deficit, keep us number one.

So the very idea that the disparity in income and the disparity of equity and ownership in our country has grown so great — listen to Ronald Reagan, when he talked about how unfair it was for a bus driver to be paying at the same rate as a millionaire. Listen to Ronald Reagan talk about that; he speaks beautifully to the unfairness of that scenario.

Exactly right. Of course, Eric Can’tor conveniently forgets that St. Ron used almost the exact same words as President Obama. Then, apparently, it was fine. Now, it’s socialismcommunismmobshorrible. How does that work again? Oh yeah, it’s always ok if you’re a Republican (IOKIYAR), and of course if you’re a cynical, stuffed-shirt hack like Eric Can’tor.