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Jason Glavich
12-08-2011, 06:50 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yovVIdDxKw

Sorry if it is a repost.

caryalsobrook
12-08-2011, 07:10 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yovVIdDxKw

Sorry if it is a repost.

I missed that, even though I do watch MSNBC quite a bit. he does a good job of not only defining the problem but showing the anger and frustration of the American people with the situation.

There are 3 results that I can see for the future.

1: The evolution to a massive gov. that controls the means of production through taxation, regulation, rules and income redistribution.

2: Massive redesign of the gov., reducing gov. control of almost all of those parts of the economy that promote monetary influence to gain an advantage in a capitolistic economy.

3: A total implosion of the gov. and the rise of a gov. from the ashes. That could be one of the above or a dictatorship.

Not a good prediction for our country but I fear these are the facts.

road kill
12-08-2011, 07:53 AM
I missed that, even though I do watch MSNBC quite a bit. he does a good job of not only defining the problem but showing the anger and frustration of the American people with the situation.

There are 3 results that I can see for the future.

1: The evolution to a massive gov. that controls the means of production through taxation, regulation, rules and income redistribution.

2: Massive redesign of the gov., reducing gov. control of almost all of those parts of the economy that promote monetary influence to gain an advantage in a capitolistic economy.

3: A total implosion of the gov. and the rise of a gov. from the ashes. That could be one of the above or a dictatorship.

Not a good prediction for our country but I fear these are the facts.

Someone (notorious) said about government "you can do whatever you want, as long as the trains are on time!"


The trains are running late!!!!!



RK