Cindy McCain is, not unlike Kerry's wife, an heiress of sorts. Her father built one of the largest beer distributorships in the country. He was the successful one. I'm not sure how much Cindy contributed to that success, but she's reaping the benefits just the same.<br><br>Look, we'd all like to be so prosperous in our lifetimes that we can set our kids up for life. But their still needs to be some balance. When she pay's 2% less in taxes than I and other kindred schleppers do, and makes 100-fold what I make (probably just off interest and dividends), something's out of whack.<br><br>
The big difference between Cindy McCain and Theresa Heinz Kerry is that Mrs. Kerry had an accent, and opinions about stuff going on in the world that she was not afraid to share. That made her all uppity and foreign and the "mainstream media" obliged by endlessly asking, "is she a detriment to the Kerry campaign?"<br><br>Cindy McCain is the perfect picture of a Republican first lady to be. She is above all demure and does not speak out about anything that does not involve the domestic sphere of the home. She is about as much of a freewheeling feminist as Republicans can handle.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
<br>The difference is just what the schleppers do...<br>Cindy-Lou You-No-Who never worked in her life.<br><br>The difference is not just How MUCH She Makes<br>as much as how much work goes into Making It.<br><br>Some folks don't have a problem with someone<br>"making a living" off other people's misery (vices) <br> --- I happen to ---<br>But the fact that she doesn't even lift an honest <br>hand in doing THAT! She just lounges at the Spa<br>(when she's not following the other puppet around)<br><br> [color:white].<br></font color=white> <br>
"She paid ca. 26%. I paid ca. 28%. Nothing wrong with that?"<br><br>I want all glasses to have the same amount in them, even if that amount is zero. It's only fair.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>McWhitey/C-word '08<br><br>keep the change
I’ll keep my freedom, my guns and my money – you can keep the change.
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