Monday, October 5, 2015


If you chose to join someone who says they want their country back, you had better be sure you know what they are asking. You should know that the greatest chance is that you are listening to the Koch Brother or Sheldon Adelson. They want people who are scrambling for a job and are willing work for as close to nothing as possible; no pension, no heath care, no maturity leave, no vacation, no overtime pay, no vacation, no unions, and a place where you have to follow the laws but they don’t. These few men call this paradise, but the workers of America call it Reaganomics. If that is what you want, move to the third world. Move to a country where the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank have impoverished by predatory leaning. If you don’t understand what predatory lending means, then try getting a student loan. If you don’t know what it means to say that the law applies to other not them, look at campaign funding laws and then look at a Mitt Romney campaign fundraising events in Israel held by Sheldon Adelson in which he was a major donor. I want our country back in the hands of the people, where money is not words, and one-man-one-vote prevails, which is at the heart of the definition of socialism. My greatest desire is that people put down their cans of beer and turn off their TVs and Fox New. They should stop dreaming about getting rich overnight or stop thinking of themselves as heroes in some war movie and start reading books. Naomi Klein’s Shock Doctrine or John Perkins Confession of an Economic Hit Man are among many other books about the real world of the working person. What this would do above all else is make them realize they can not and do not want to live in the world the Koch brothers want. URL: Comments Invited and not moderated

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