Why does Michelle Malkin hate working people? Apparently Malkin thinks it’s an insult that President Obama’s supporters are the types that have “spent their entire lives signing the back of” a paycheck in response to the President’s remarks that Mitt Romney’s time in the private sector doesn’t necessarily qualify him to be the “Mr. Fix-It on the economy.”
Michelle “Maglagang” Malkin responded by pretending our centrist President is some sort of left-wing radical who hates the private sector, capitalism and business, ignored completely Republicans’ responsibility for the unemployment numbers and then wrapped things up by insulting everyone who has worked their whole lives drawing a paycheck and painted all of us as too stupid to figure out that what Romney did for a living isn’t necessarily good for the American economy or American workers.
MALKIN: Well, bingo. I think that the question answers itself and you know, there’s a very popular contrast and description of the difference between Romney and his supporters and Barack Obama and his supporters. And that is that the Romney types, of course, are the ones who sign the front of the paycheck, and the Obama types are the ones who’ve spent their entire lives signing the back of them.