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Hypocritical libs freak out about Romney’s rich donors

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Predictably, the Left is still freaking out over the $75,000 per couple Romney fundraiser hosted at the Southhampton home of Julia and David Koch. You know, the fundraiser that’s totally different than the $40,000 per person Obama fundraisers scheduled today.

This afternoonm, 40 supporters pay $40,000 per person to attend one of 2 fundraisers for Pres Obama at a local hotel. Both closed to press.

— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) July 9, 2012

Spare us the contrived outrage over Romney’s “secret” fundraisers with millionaires.

The Left is particularly worked up over the Richie Riches who attended the event. Via the Los Angeles Times, here’s the quote from an unnamed Romney donor that has the progressive Twittersphere salivating over an all-the-rich-you-can-eat buffet.

“I don’t think the common person is getting it,” she said from the passenger seat of a Range Rover stamped with East Hampton beach permits. “Nobody understands why Obama is hurting them.

“We’ve got the message,” she added. “But my college kid, the baby sitters, the nails ladies — everybody who’s got the right to vote — they don’t understand what’s going on. I just think if you’re lower income — one, you’re not as educated, two, they don’t understand how it works, they don’t understand how the systems work, they don’t understand the impact.”

Fancy that. An unnamed liberal caricature of a Republican just happened to give a quote to the Los Angeles Times that came off as snooty and condescending. From her Range Rover, natch.

More gems from the beautiful people at Romney's Great Gatsby event: http://t.co/S46fTgLt (only Scrooge couldn't make it)

— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) July 9, 2012

The “beautiful people”? You mean like Obama’s buddies Anna Wintour and Sarah Jessica Parker? You mean like Obama’s green energy advisers Zach Braff and Jessica Alba? You mean like the Los Angeles high rollers who dropped $15 million on an Obama fundraiser at George Clooney’s house?

The ironic thing about #OverheardAtRomneyFundraiser is that attendees are job creators and entrepreneurs. Obama fundraisers are for celebs.

— matt whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) July 9, 2012

Priceless quotes from the attendees at Mitt Romney's Hamptons fundraiser: http://t.co/SgPjmYhY

— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) July 9, 2012

This has to be read to be believed… http://t.co/KDBwOqUT Sounds like it was a fundraiser for the Great Mittsby http://t.co/ySy2RiWk

— Ed Schultz (@edshow) July 9, 2012

The Great Mittsby. So clever! Amazing a wordsmith like Schultz doesn’t pull in higher ratings.

Want to talk about condescending Better Than You™ behavior? Happy to oblige.

It’s the Left that crows constantly about “low-information voters.” It’s the Left that tells conservative women, gays and people of color they’re mouth-breathing idjits for voting against their “best interests.” And it’s President Obama who believes that celebrities — not baby sitters and salon employees — are the “ultimate arbiter” of this country’s direction.

But never let a class warfare opportunity go to waste. Progressives launched a hashtag to mock the Koch-hosted fundraiser. At least, we think they were attempting to mock. As usual, they mostly just beclowned themselves.

#overheardatRomneyfundraiser "I almost forgot how to write a check – everything is handled at the superPACs now."

— Alan Eggleston (@AlanEggleston) July 9, 2012

Reminder: Obama’s super PAC has outspent all opposing super PACs.

#OverheardAtRomneyFundraiser @SMShow @RadioGuyChris "I'm a really fun guy, just ask my dog."

— ॐ matthew ॐ (@2BAwareness) July 9, 2012

Obama’s childhood pets were not available for comment.

"blacks, gays, latinos… pretty soon there won't be anyone left to demonize" #OverheardAtRomneyFundraiser

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) July 9, 2012

Butler, get me another drink. Oh, sorry, Herman. #overheardatRomneyfundraiser

— DALAYYYY (@TheToast2013) July 9, 2012

#OverheardAtRomneyFundraiser Of course I've got experience with diverse peoples! I once met a Jewish person & my son just visited Canada!

— fabucat (@fabucat) July 9, 2012

#OverheardAtRomneyFundraiser "I love these fundraisers. The people are the right color, kind of a whitish-white."

— Katie Halper (@kthalps) July 9, 2012

https://twitter.com/MatthewTibbits/status/222242088572567552

"We cannot be overrun by these, these, COLOREDS!" #OverheardAtRomneyFundraiser

— Namaste (@TheOracle13) July 9, 2012

https://twitter.com/thomaskramer/status/222237796134424577

Get it? It’s hilarious because Republicans are all bigots. Waka waka waka.

No bigots on the Left, though. No siree:

#OverheardAtRomneyFundraiser As a loyal Mormon the reason I wanna be President is "To Serve Man"..yes like that episode of the Twilight Zone

— ElmObamaCarez (@lordxmen2k) July 9, 2012

@KarlFrisch #OverheardAtRomneyFundraiser No Mr Koch Its ur endowment that makes me look bigger, magic underwear just makes them believe it

— ॐ matthew ॐ (@2BAwareness) July 9, 2012

#OverheardAtRomneyFundraiser where are my wives

— al (@alexboisjolie) July 9, 2012

I will make Mormonism the new Sharia Law of the land #OverheardAtRomneyFundraiser

— Patrick Terrill (@PatricknLA) July 9, 2012

https://twitter.com/MelodyHartwell/status/222208449625333760

Liberals’ #OverheardAtRomneyFundraiser tweets speak volumes about the Left’s bigotry and self-awareness deficit. But mostly, these tweets remind us why the phrase “humorless liberal” is so common.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/07/09/hypocritical-libs-freak-out-about-rich-snooty-beautiful-people-at-romney-fundraiser/



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