reply to post by Spectre0o0
I think we all have more than enough reason just to say heck with it, and quit playing their game. If we could pick a day, and get the word out...and
just take one day and not play, don't work, don't spend, don't buy gas, maybe they'd notice. also, they are counting on us spending that tax
rebate money in the stores....and for the amount of money they spent sending us all those little letters informing us of their "estimate" as to how
much we would be getting, I think they are hoping we spend it before we even get it....
what if instead of spending it, everyone just hung onto it, or used it to decrease their debt? they want us working, so they can pull "record
profits" from our labor...so well, let's all pick a day, get the word out, and just not work...take a bite out of their profits, save a little in
gas money. they want us spending, what if we all just put ourselves on an emergency spending plan for a few months, bought only those things we
can't live without, at the second hand store whenever possible. they seem to want us all dependant on their food stamps, their social medicaid
programs.......but what it the people who come up with the premiums and doctors fees just decided on day that hey, they were gonna go back to charging
just what the patients themselves could afford? what if the employers just started paying a wage that was high enough so that the employees weren't
qualified for these programs?
what would happen if we all just stayed in our budget, come hell or high water and refused to stop spending more than we earned?
reckon, where would they be if we just stopped playing the game the way they want us to?
and, reckon what would they do, if the majority of the voters voted mickey mouse into the office of president.....just how humiliating would it be to
the parties to have to admit, they lost to a cartoon character.
or, if we all pitched in $5 to bribe the little typist who types up those books that they call laws to just add a few lines into that book removing
them from office for neglect...since well, if they didn't read this book before they passed it into law, that would be neglectful, and if they did,
they certainly wouldn't have passed it!
if we could get organized in a meaningful way, we do have the power to change things. unfortunately, way too many are way too content either living
off the government handouts or profiting way too much the way things are.....for the most part, it's usually just a few that are really hurting bad
enough to spend the time necessary to do anything about anything.