Wednesday, July 10, 2013



I find it disturbingly interesting that the British liberals, Labour, were pursuing the same criminal politics as the Frank/Pelosi, et al.

Probably playing catch up when it was realized THIS IS THE BIG ONE! Never in history has a bubble the size of the Great Financial Crisis been concocted, with duplicity occurring unanimously across the spectrum of TPTB, and nothing has been done to reign in the excess. Wealth disparity continues to exponentially increase. When the big taper takes effect, wealth disparity will continue to increase. Offshore trillions will insure it.

What the fuck, is about all I can say. 47% of working age adults employed? Unemployment at a rate not seen since the height of the Depression? Boomers that can't retire and won't free up entry level jobs for 20 somethings? Our society gave up a lot for these boomers. It was a poor investment.

Obama seems poised to finish what Reagan/Bush/Cheney started, the destruction of the American Middle Class. This isn't going to end well. It's also worthwhile to point out the DemocRats were in control of at least one house of CONUS since the end of WWII, when deficits began rising, culminating in Reagan, who, while a proponent of less government, actually allowed spending to increase unrestrained.

Carter was the last, best POTUS this country elected. Ron Paul was an opportunity to have pass the mantle. I weep for my country and fellow man. Not that they deserve much better. No one was forced to draw welfare for generations, or unemployment for years, or disability for life.

Pay people to have kids, what do they do? Pay them not to work...

What difference does it make to the federal bureaucracy, whence the root of it all lies? Government spending has increased more than the rate of inflation, my guess, probably a lot more every year. What good has any of it done? We're basically paying our politicians to sell us out to special interests.

Who is John Galt? Is that you, Jesus?

"Amen. Come, Lord Jesus!" (Revelation 22:20b, ESV)

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