posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 01:49 PM
I don't always agree with Carville, but I do like him. That being said, of course he was cut off. MSM has to tiptoe around the topic of civil
unrest, there's just too many unemployed, pissed off people sitting around with nothing constructive to do. It's just kind of in our nature to do
something with our time. If we have nothing to build, it's kind of tempting to break something. Or just take it apart and see how it works. So, we
have a big political machine, which isn't working, alot of people sitting idle (not working), we have time, coupled with frustration, sounds like we
have all the makings of civil unrest there.
This nation is like an old car, on it's last leg, knocking pinging, still running but barely. I've owned a few cars like this. We can go two ways
with it. Do we fix it up? Fixing up is costly, and hard work (a little fun if you like that sort of thing). Or do we jump in, strap on the
seatbelt, and do doughnuts, rip things up with this poor old clunker and send it off with a bang? (distruction is really fun, and it takes the car
out of the equation, leaving us with the decision to find a better car.) I've done both in reference to cars, rebuilt, and destroyed. I'm almost
always happier with the outcome of distruction over rebuilding.
So applying this metaphore to the country, what is best for the people? We're all bailing a sinking ship with thimbles right now, I think we're
better off swimming for it.