Bad news

Only 54K jobs created, unemployment rate rises to 9.1%.

What’s that definition of insanity again? Just keep doing that austerity dance, boys.

I’d like to make something clear: I am not advocating revolution. I am predicting it, which is different. I’m 56 goddamned years old, the last thing I want to deal with in my remaining years is a revolution. But our leaders, political, social and economic, have had their heads stuck so firmly up their asses, for so long, that eventually, the people’s anger is going to erupt. And when it does happen, they will have brought it on themselves. You can’t have government of the rich, by the rich, for the rich without consequences.

It’s like watching someone poking a stick in a hornet’s nest. Sooner or later, the law of cause and effect kicks in.

5 thoughts on “Bad news

  1. Somewhere out there, someone is building a guillotine, or practicing with a sniper rifle, or figuring out how to retarget the drones. If the Kochs and the Waltons and Soros think they’re immune, due to their money, their lackeys, or their public positions, they will be sadly mistaken. A Bonaparte is always waiting in the wings, ready to impose order and seize the wealth for themselves.

  2. Public Campaign Finance is the answer. A large percentage of the current crop of congresscritters is owned by one or more corporations. They’re just doing what they’re told by their masters. If they buck the system they get the Alan Grayson treatment.

    Start at the local level and work your way up. Ask every politician who wants your support what they are doing to further the goal of removing corporate cash from our electoral process. One Person One Vote – NOT One Dollar One Vote.

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