Class warfare rages on Facebook

By Tom Quiner

A liberal friend posted the following meme on his Facebook page:


Frankly, I think the meme makes a good case. I responded this way:

“For the record, the NFL is dropping their non-profit status. This issue is resolved. Now if we could do something about Planned Parenthood …”

I actually received some support with this reply from someone else, whom I do not know:

“No lie. That not-for-profit had excess earnings to the tune of $125 million last year based on taxpayers kicking in $500 million.”

Liberals typically do not want to point out the lavish salaries and perks an  abortion factory like Planned Parenthood receives. Keep in mind that PP is not only tax-exempt, they receive additional cash subsidies from taxpayers who find their “work” to be immoral.

Here’s a summary of Planned Parenthood’s exorbitant salaries and perks:

√ They spend $14,000 on travel A DAY.

√ They charter private planes. No coach for these elites.

√ When they do travel on commercial airlines, they buy first class tickets.

√ They stay in swanky hotels you and I can’t afford.

√ They pay lavish salaries. Cecile Richards knocks down $600,000 a year. Clinic directors “earn” $450,000 a year.

The same people crying “class warfare” in the public square are notoriously silent when it comes to Hillary and Bill Clinton’s tax-exempt millions. I’d feel more comfortable with their screed if they were posting memes like the one below.



  1. parrillaturi on October 14, 2015 at 6:29 pm

    Such hypocrisy. They are so much into themselves, that they can’t connect the dots. Business as usual.

  2. smoothe08 on October 14, 2015 at 8:21 pm

    There are plenty people on both sides making more than their fare share. The problem is that each side is pointing this out to each other rather than focusing on the problem. Most all of us are in the same boat yet we waste energy defending them as if they were on our level of society.

    • quinersdiner on October 14, 2015 at 8:46 pm

      I don’t see anything wrong with successful people being well-compensated. I do have a problem with people who enrich themselves by selling influence at the expense of the public trust.