posted on Sep, 16 2015 @ 09:06 PM
a reply to: ThirdEyeofHorus
Not quite. The last 7 years of liberal policies have been ineffective failures, but the previous 8 years of conservative policy were downright
It's actually more akin to the Titanic. You could say conservative policies were like the Captain and crew who blindly, despite warnings, steered the
Titanic straight into the iceberg. The ingenius liberal policy to save the ship from sinking is to tie a few helium kids party balloons to the
smokestacks in the belief this will keep the ship afloat, and want to use all hands on deck to pursue this complete fail of a solution.
Neither side is addressing the fact that, due to a delusional disregard for safety of the ship over profit and extravagance, 2/3 of the passengers are
doomed to drown because there are no lifeboats for them, because those were traded away at port for less weight. Of those who have no lifeboats for
them, the majority are on the lower end of the economic food chain. What I'd like to see is a candidate for president who is concerned about trying to
save as many life-boatless passengers as he can, and who can think outside the box, and help the doomed passengers make themselves lifeboats using
whatever they can salvage in new and resourceful ways never before considered, so that as many of the forgotten 2/3 have a chance to make it to a
rescue ship or landfall as possible.
And once we are all safely back at port, holding all who led to this disaster to account. I can dream.