I read an article the other day about the political troubles Willard Mitt Romney is having because of his wealth that included the usual admonishment that people shouldn't hate him just because he's rich. Okay, I won't hate him for being born with a silver spoon shoved up his ass, but how about if I hate him because he's rich and he's an asshole about it? Because "asshole" is really the only way to describe a filthy rich fucker who comes right out and says he doesn't care about poor people.
In that vein, perhaps washed up popular "music" icon Madonna should record a campaign song for Willard. After all, she has the same "let 'em eat cake," attitude as The Mittster, according to this story from Star Pulse.com:
Madonna refuses to sympathize with fans who grumble about the escalating price of her concert tickets - insisting they should "start saving" their money because she's "worth it."Actually, Ms. Ciccone, I wouldn't pay three fucking cents for a front row seat at one of your horrible shows, even if you threw in a free pair of ear plugs. You should just count your self lucky that we live in a society in which tens of millions of people have more money than brains (or taste), because otherwise you'd be standing outside a subway station somewhere, busking for enough money to buy a fifth of vodka to drown out the pain stemming from the realization of what a talentless piece of shit you are.
Tickets for the singer's live shows are always in high demand, allowing promoters to list them at premium prices, despite some complaints from devotees about having to dig deep to afford mediocre seats.
But Madonna, who is planning to hit the road later this year, is unconcerned - because she guarantees ticketholders will have a good time at her gigs.
She tells Newsweek magazine, "Start saving your pennies now. People spend $300 on crazy things all the time, things like handbags. So work all year, scrape the money together, and come to my show. I'm worth it."
Bonus: Bill almost certainly was not a big fan of Madonna - "When did mediocrity and banality become a good role model for your children?"