The 47% speaks out against Romney in the most smart-ass way possible.

The 47% speaks out against Romney in the most smart-ass way possible.
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If the Occupy movement has taught us anything, it's that anytime a politician so much as mentions a percentage of the population, it's the internet's duty to mount a protest campaign featuring sullen hipsters holding whiny, handmade signs. And thanks to Mitt Romney's disastrous new video, the 47% are fighting back by snarkily embodying every stereotype the 1% assumes about Obama voters. Soon we'll see them marching in the streets — as long as those streets are in front of a farmer's market, a locally-owned coffeeshop, or a Tumblr meet-up.

 

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