reply to post by Daedalus
You are absolutely right, because all the things you said, coupled with Nancy Pelosi saying things like now people that want to be artists or
musicians, or whatever they want, can do so without having to worry about having a real job.
They are not only making it possible, but encouraging people that would rather not work, to not do so. Guaranteeing the government will take care of
It is like any other type of enablement, and face the reality, work sucks, getting up and having to do it sucks. Many people would, and have, leapt at
the chance to be on peemanent vacation.
Only certain people have a need, an urgency, to do for themselves, to not have ro depend on others, but I have even seen these types so browbeaten,
they want to iust give in. They not only make it easy, but dare I say, attractive?
The danger is, once we reach that tipping point where it is out of balance, and we have more going out than going in. The system will crack, crumble,
and fail. We all see this. We all warn about it, but no one is listening. The desire to not be tied to a job is obviously much stronger. People are
The real trouble comes when a new president comes in and starts trying to clean up this nightmare. That is when the rebellion will start. Not from us,
the people being forced to pay for all this, but later, when someone starts taking it all away. And that is when we should be the most concerned.
It cannot, and will not, last forever. So, just prepare while you can, be ready for the inevitable rage when all the subsidies and freebies start
They just voted to extend unemployment another 5-6 months, retroactive to January. When that really comes to an end, the disability roles are
reviewed, and food stamps are going to the truly needy, all hell will break loose.
When the have nots outnumber the ones paying for it, there will be no choice.