Well, how about the telcos?
Swiftboater Jerome Corsi gets interviewed by MSNBC:
He was a Saul Alinsky organizer in Chicago. That's a very radical methodology that Barack Obama actually taught, and it involves redistribution of wealth, getting power to redistribute wealth.
Sounds good to me....
Now the setup:
And that continues to be one of Barack Obama's main themes.
And the pitch:
Look, he wants to take the energy companies, have windfall profits go to thousand-dollar checks to the poor. What company [clutches pearls] is Barack Obama going to target next for their profits to distribute to the poor?
[Pounds head on desk.]
I don't know which is more amazing: The idea that Obama is some sort of radical, or "What company is Barack Obama going to target next..."
But as I said: How about targeting the telcos next? They got the Fourth Amendment and immunity for their crimes from me, the citizen, so isn't it only right that I get some profits from them?
Maybe a rebate check, or something. "In consideration that the Fourth Amendment no longer applies to your email, we are sending you this coupon for $15, which you can redeem for minutes at your neighborhood Verizon dealer..."