posted on Mar, 10 2009 @ 10:31 PM
Yeah, we need a big clean-up, that's for sure. I'm not saying there wouldn't be some confusion in a clean-up process.
But, wishing for a complete collapse and chaos, no way. Not necessary.
Remove the criminal elements from positions of power, remove them from positions of authority. Have them reform or go to jail, it's that simple.
"Legal criminality" needs to be a thing of the past.
Our morals are a bit messed up these days. Today people do things like watch "rape sex" porn for pleasure. It gets classified as entertainment, it
makes money, but it further twists our minds. Somewhere we have made a wrong turn. But that's not everyone. But, we need to cut off crap like this
before our society disappears. A society full of uncommitted, sex-crazed, animals isn't likely to do very well in life or in business.
Our commitment has become to making $$, at any cost, instead of providing good services and products, while using ethical business practices. We live
in a country where you lose your job, because someone in some other country can do the work cheaper. Saving money is more important to business
owners than supporting the citizens of this country.
Me as a business owner, wanting to get wealthy, I know I should give back to the citizens. You know, create an industry, give some people good jobs,
well paid jobs, that they can depend on. Let people clean my multi-million dollar home, and deliberately over-pay them for their services. I would
want my employees to be paid well, and I would want to provide a premium product, that lasts, and has value.
Let's be more ideal, like in a "Leave it to Beaver" type way. Do you think Ward Cleaver's company outsourced all of their work to China, back
then? Do you think Beaver back-stabbed his friends for a $1. Did Mrs Cleaver bang every guy in the neighborhood while Ward watched, and got his
jollies off? There was some discipline, some morals, some respect back then. Again, I'm not saying everyone is involved, but we do have an
"infection" of sorts.
I'm not saying we need to go back to the "wife in the kitchen" days, or "beat your kids" days, but we can look back on some of the old shows and
the wholesomeness they tried to instil in us, and we can learn something from it.
You earn your money with an honest days work, or with an honest, good product.
We've got products now, sitting on the shelves, that certainly aren't worth much of anything, because they break far too soon, and/or they simply
are made of inferior materials. It rakes in money, but it's bad business. It leaves the consumer with a bad taste in his mouth. And he loses faith
in the products, for one thing.
There is no need for complete collapse, absolutely not, just progressive and real changes. Not things like this "better health care" lie we hear a
lot of. Do you want better health care? Do you want cheaper insurance? Get rid of the leeches that are dragging the system down with their
overpriced poisons, and barbaric treatments. Let the inexpensive alternatives in, like nutrition and vitamins/supplements, where the situation would
be more appropriately treated with such.