The future is so bright I gotta wear shades
This is cross-posted from Blogging for Michigan
Texas is a modern economic utopia. Just ask Rick Perry, master job creator, fiscal wizard, top notch haircut. Cut taxes and government spending, remove regulations and watch the private sector soar. Our master hay bale straddler showed us the way, Texas is a great model for the nation.
Pffffft,...boy wouldn't that be day!
Worse still, there is no denying what ideology is symbolized by Obama using Labor Day as a weapon of distraction against the people in order to concentrate wealth. In a manner, I might add, that undermined clean air laws in the wake of a devastating hurricane no less.
Obama's Payroll Tax Cut will go to some of the same wealthy corporations that are already sitting on $2 Trillion dollars. The Executives and Investors of these same corporations fill the ranks of the Millionaires and Billionaires he now taunts Republicans to increase taxes fully knowing that they won't.
Abortion isn’t the only means liberals have of killing children.
In our democratic mayoral race we had a sudden influx of local pac money. I voted for the other guy, called party headquarters and wrote a letter to editor....which got printed in local paper:
Unhappy with a "pre-owned" mayor
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF FEAR AND LOWERED EXPECTATIONS
Well, we got by a 9/11 and nothing happened even though President Obama didn't even make it off the stage after his jobs speech without getting hit with a running banner that warned of another attack. The fear machine gets bigger every year. My subject today is the question of why we are not marching in the streets. Economic conditions are worse than the 60s when we hit the streets hard. Why so little direct action?