Friday, November 18, 2011

Ignorance at Thanksgiving

This week has been a doozy!   American media can't get enough of the few hundred OWS crowd it seems.  The blow-by-blow coverage of the mob mentality doesn't astound me, it sickens me.  A few hundred slackers getting together and sharing STD's for some reason isn't the same as 46,000,000 on food stamps.

Of half of the American work force NOT paying a dime in tax.

Or open borders,  wide-open borders. 

Or a bankrupt Social Security System.

Or the Obama healthcare billl that is holding up corporate hiring.

Or the sound bites that the GOP candidates spout at each other.

Or the military industrial complex "owning" Obama and opening up a new revenue stream in Australia this week.

Or $600,000,000 missing from citizens accounts at MF Global.

Or the Fed keeping interest rates artificially low to rob and plunder the retirees of America.

On second thought,  there are plenty of sales to be found in your Christmas shopping.  Get after it this weekend so you won't have to deal with the thieves at the mall next week and the week after.  But be careful of your personal spending because your country owes $15,000,000,000,000, yes folks, that is Trillion in debt.

Enjoy your Thanksgiving.  We have much to be thankful.  Gratitude is a gift, share it.

Today, we are fortunate to call ourselves American.  And give some thought to many Native Americans this week for taking good care of the first settlers to our shores.  They needed all the help they could get then.  In many ways, we still need all the help we can get now.

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