[Homestead] Scary as h*ll
genegerue at ruralize.com
Thu Oct 16 15:08:39 EDT 2008
On Oct 16, 2008, at 11:29 AM, DSanner106 at aol.com wrote:
> Drew, this is the free enterprise system. All are supposedly free to
> join it. The big boys prefer to keep it to themselves.
> Yes, but when one is joining with our tax dollars to back him, it is
> unfair fight. Free enterprise can't exist under the Obama system.
Not sure what the Obama "system" is until Congress gets done with it,
but I expect there will be more small businesses doing well four years
> So, do you want to stay with the Bush program of lower taxes for the
> wealthy? If so, I hope you are one of them.
> I have never been accused of being wealthy except by the Dems at tax
> Besides, this predates
> Bush by quite a while, it was Reagan's system, which worked by the
> way at
> fixing our economy. The same system Clinton signed off on repeatedly
> maintained good economic times.
Clinton left, and Bush entered, with an economy in far better
condition than now, nearly eight years of Bush later.
>> Obama will do as he says and use Joes money to
>> fund those who come up behind him.
> Seems to me that if we are going to increase our socialization of big
> company expenses and shortfalls, then we may as well socialize
> conditions for those of us who are mere contributors to that system.
> So do you actually think this was a good thing?? I know congress
> this little bailout plan for their
> big business buddies, and will love having their fingers in this,
> but I
> cringe at it.
I hate it. But ideology has never bought me any beans. You?
It is apparent that Wall Street has immense influence in the DC
Whorehouse, both as campaign contributors and as revolving-door
participants. The best chance for equity that we commoners have is to
loudly scream our pain and for programs that will directly benefit us.
Then, some day, true Conservatives will attain their goal of smaller
government through national bankruptcy. In the meantime, print that
paper! The day of reckoning will never come! Well, at least as long as
(insert your favorite public servant) is in office.
In the meantime, become a successful homesteader.
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