posted on Sep, 19 2013 @ 02:59 PM
reply to post by ausername
on the contrary, money will be worthless. they can give you a million dollars and you might be able to buy some stale bread and old milk.
no, they need to do the opposite. they need to stop borrowing, cut costs, stop excess spending, stop wasting our money overseas trying to protect and
aid countries that don't want, or deserve it. they need to stop paying themselves, stop paying money into their own pensions, stop funding their
overpriced benefits and, once they right the ship, they can start raping the system again, hopefully, with better control of the abuse.
look at like a single family, rather than a country. they have credit cards to help cover their bills. they run them up and can't afford the
payment so they take out another card to pay the minimum balance on the old card. they keep doing this and then, suddenly, this family has ten maxed
out credit cards. Eventually, they run out of credit cards and wind up homeless, committing crimes to survive, dead or in jail.
that's the path our administration is taking us down.
At some point, every parent learns to cut the cord and let their children fend for themselves. This is one of those moments. The gov't needs to
have their lifeline revoked so that they can acutally fix the mess, instead of moving it into a larger bowl with more room for slop.