Archive for August 22nd, 2011

by problembear

had a talk with a friend of mine who is very non political friday afternoon. the topic came up that the country seems to be paralyzed politically. this friend who runs his own business and tends to mind his own business said something very profound:

“if everybody just took care of what they do best instead of worrying about  what others are doing, we could get through this.”

he is right.  the dems worry about the GOP and the GOP worries about what the dems are doing. the result is a stand-off. each has check-mated the other. now nothing is getting done. we need to get back to each of us doing the best job we can at what we do and quit worrying about what everyone else is doing.

but of course, this is exactly what major international corporations do. those who succeed concentrate on doing what they do better than anyone else in their market. that is why they succeed. and they are cashing in. they don’t care what this country does. it doesn’t effect their bottom line one little bit. if the country went bankrupt tomorrow, the big corporations would just hitch up their wagon to a 747 and do business elsewhere. in fact, most of them already have.

it isn’t in their mission statements or in their business plans to create jobs for americans.

an excerpt from above: “multinationals cut 2.9 million jobs in the United States and added 2.4 million overseas between 2000 and 2009.”

a corporation is a heartless set of numbers which thinks in percentages. everybody who invests in a successful corporation gets a piece of the pie. that is the purpose of a corporation. it doesn’t fight for its country. it has no country. just like a bunch of hogs around a trough, the corporations are too busy shoving each other out of the way to worry about what countries do.

there is only one conclusion to this action created by a corrupt supreme court. and that conclusion must be rebellion.  any government which countenances allowing corporate money to dominate our politics in order to enjoy the comforts of corporate rule has countenanced taxation without representation for the majority of the citizens of this nation………

the real tea party hasn’t even gotten started yet.

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