David Siegel is a terrible person.

David Siegel is the CEO of an extremely large timeshare corporation who is attempting to build the largest house on earth.

[Siegel] and his wife Jackie were the subjects of the recent documentary “The Queen of Versailles,” about their ongoing quest to build the largest house in America, a 90,000 square foot monument to excess.

Turns out he just sent a letter to all of his employees suggesting (to really stretch the definition of that word) that they may find themselves unemployed if they vote for Barack Obama.

If any new taxes are levied on me, or my company, as our current President plans, I will have no choice but to reduce the size of this company. Rather than grow this company I will be forced to cut back. This means fewer jobs, less benefits and certainly less opportunity for everyone.

Yes, he’ll have no choice, because FSM-knows that looking out for the well-being of his employees is a much lower priority than living in the world’s largest house.  If cuts have to be made, they’re going to be made with the people struggling to make ends meet.  Who could honestly expect Ebeneezer Siegel could find it in his heart to live in a less gargantuan, yet still opulent mansion, and use that money to keep his employees from being jobless right before Christmas.  I mean, come on, employees are great and all, but if it comes down to the people who have worked hard for me getting fired and adding another Olympic-sized swimming pool to the back yard, I think we all know which choice we’d make.  ROMNEY 2012!!!  WHOOOOOOOOO!

Greed, intimidation, and indifference to others are not American values.  At least, they shouldn’t be.

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When not defending the planet from inevitable apocalypse at the rotting hands of the undead, JT is a writer and public speaker about atheism, gay rights, and more. He spent two and a half years with the Secular Student Alliance as their first high school organizer. During that time he built the SSA’s high school program and oversaw the development of groups nationwide. JT is also the co-founder of the popular Skepticon conference and served as the events lead organizer during its first three years.