99ers and HR 589 Supporters First our Jobs, Then our Unemployment, Now our Social Security

The Congress passed Republicrat Paul Ryan’s budget calling for $6 trillion in cuts over the next ten years.  Among the items to be cut are unemployment insurance, Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.  As soon as these dirty little two faced liars got to Washington DC, the first words dribbling out of their mouths were “entitlement cuts.”  It is their claim that Social Security, Medicaid, and Medicare are causing our government to go bankrupt.  This is a lie.

When we were all working we were forced to pay into the Social Security retirement insurance trust fund.  Recently there have been numerous rulings in the federal district courts that say, in essence, that individuals cannot be forced to buy a product like insurance against their will.  That is unless the government is the insurance company. 

Thus for thirty to forty years we were forced under threat to buy Social Security insurance.  Well in the meantime the international corporate bankers decided to steal $26 trillion from our economy, which had to be replaced with borrowed money.  Of course the powers that be have no intent of recovering the stolen wealth as in doing so they would have to prosecute and jail themselves, as they are and have been complicit in the action.

So now they say Social Security has made us broke and we have to start cutting it.  The fact is Social Security is at present running a $2.6 trillion surplus.  And if that isn’t bad enough, $4.5 trillion of the US debt is money the US government borrowed from our Social Security trust fund which they are now looking at having to pay back because the money is needed for the retirements of the baby boomers.

99ers and baby boomers, what they are calling debt is our money they borrowed that is owed to us of which they now intend to embezzle.

Social Security is the largest single debt holder for the United States, twice as much as China.  In other words, for the past thirty to forty years we were forced to pay into the Social Security system, all the while the US government has been siphoning off our monies, which have been channeled into the pockets of the same international bankers that perpetuated the grand fraud that has destroyed our economy.

The bottom line is not only did they steal our money once, but they want us to pay back to them the money they stole twice over, with interest.  The first time we paid it back through the bailouts, and we even threw in the stimulus so they could start gambling in the stock market again.  This was paid for with the jobs and wealth of the 99ers and money we borrowed from them, that we are now expected to pay back to them with interest through cutting Social Security, Unemployment, Medicare, and Medicaid. 

I can see it right now, back when the so called bubble burst, the filthy rich corporate bankers sitting around a big table.  One says, “We have to replace the money.”  Another says, “Not necessarily ‘we’ but somebody.”  And then a third says, “What about the trillions in the Social Security insurance trust fund?”  A fourth one says, “Yeah, but if we go and take that money we will find ourselves hanging from lamp poles.”  And then one extra sleazy member stands up and says, “Not if they do not know the true reason for taking it.  We’ll order our lapdogs in the government to borrow money from us with interest to bail us out and give us stimulus money to get our operations back up and running.  Then we’ll pay to put a select group into critical positions of power, and as our debt will have been transferred to the US debt, we will put them on a mission from God to save the country by cashing out the Social Security Trust Fund.”

So what do you think?  The fact is they are hoping we don’t.  Think about it this way.  Since this whole thing began, besides one duffus named Bernie Madoff, our so called government has categorically refused to prosecute international thieves who have stolen $26 trillion from us.  They won’t even talk about it. 

Think about the magnitude of that statement.  And think about what low esteem these pompous bastards hold us in.  It has come to the point that they think they can take anything they want from us without consequence.  And it is not going to stop with Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare, or unemployment. 

Middle class; understand they intend to remove every bit of wealth from our country.  This is insane.  It is like a four foot midget taking Arnold Schwarzenegger’s lunch money.  The only way they can do this is if we let them.  And not only are we not stopping them, we are in fact assisting them through blatant stupidity and refusal to act to preserve ourselves. 

Every citizen of this country should in every conversation and every written correspondence be harping on the fact that this government is refusing to get our $26 trillion back and prosecute the robber barons who took it.

God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.

0 thoughts on “99ers and HR 589 Supporters First our Jobs, Then our Unemployment, Now our Social Security

  1. Get them out of office IMMEDIATELY! In ten years we will all be older and really unmarketable. What should we do, die in the streets. Our backs are against the wall. What does any animal do when it is cornered – fight! We need a Revolution, more like the French than the American. Instead of “Let them eat cake” it’s let them eat sh..! We can not let a few rich people tell us to go to hell! We can’t stand for it! A major overhaul is needed, do away with the two dominant parties and create another system that is really for the people. The Constitution also needs to be tweaked for it was written for a much different time. Ron Paul and Jesse Ventura are starting to look very good to me.

    1. Problem is it isn’t just a few rich people and they are now very much connected and armed against us globally. Think what they’ve done to Cuba after all these years – they adored Batista who gave them the island to plunder and rape at will. When Castro came on board the rich investors – primarily oil and mining, but oddly enough soft drink companies that owned the sugar industry, gambling, etc., all “investments” were reduced to next to nothing. They remain ready and willing in Miami and continue to assist the U.S. (Wall Street) with their crimes in Mexico, Central and South America – they sure love the dicktators. The “white” Russians joined in too – the same class lost their holdings when the “evil” Bolsheviks decided to take back what belonged to them. Chavez is demonized for nationalizing Venezuela’s resources and there’s a ready army of former royal conquistadors who feel it is ok for indigenous people to exist in ghettos – impoverished beyond our imagination. I’m so sick of all these thugs and their pseudo-christian crusades that I could scream. My point was that they will have global help against us should we decide to revolt – most Americans still swallow the propaganda and aren’t in enough pain to acknowledge what’s being done by the World Trade coup for the global elites. Just saw this again today – and in summary:

      The American Dream
      If expletives offend you, this is a good point to…scroll to the next comment. Otherwise, ladies and gents, Mr. George Carlin….

      ….there’s a reason education SUCKS, and it’s the same reason it will never, ever, EVER be fixed.

      It’s never going to get any better, don’t look for it. Be happy with what you’ve got.

      Because the owners, the owners of this country, don’t want that. I’m talking about the real owners now, the BIG owners! The Wealthy… the REAL owners! The big wealthy business interests that control things and make all the important decisions.

      Forget the politicians. They are irrelevant. The politicians are put there to give you the idea that you have freedom of choice. You don’t. You have no choice! You have OWNERS! They OWN YOU. They own everything. They own all the important land. They own and control the corporations. They’ve long since bought—and paid for—the Senate, the Congress, the state houses, the city halls, they got the judges in their back pockets and they own all the big media companies, so they control just about all of the news and information you get to hear. They got you by the balls.

      They spend billions of dollars every year lobbying, lobbying, to get what they want. Well, we know what they want. They want more for themselves and less for everybody else, but I’ll tell you what they don’t want:

      They don’t want a population of citizens capable of critical thinking. They don’t want well-informed, well-educated people capable of critical thinking. They’re not interested in that. That doesn’t help them. That’s against their interests.

      That’s right. They don’t want people who are smart enough to sit around a kitchen table and think about how badly they’re getting fucked by a system that threw them overboard 30 fucking years ago. They don’t want that!

      You know what they want? They want obedient workers. Obedient workers, people who are just smart enough to run the machines and do the paperwork. And just dumb enough to passively accept all these increasingly shitty jobs with the lower pay, the longer hours, the reduced benefits, the end of overtime and vanishing pension that disappears the minute you go to collect it, and now they’re coming for your Social Security money. They want your retirement money. They want it back so they can give it to their criminal friends on Wall Street—and you know something? They’ll get it. They’ll get it all from you sooner or later ‘cause they own this fucking place! It’s a big club, and you ain’t in it! You, and I, are not in the big club.

      By the way, it’s the same big club they use to beat you over the head with all day long when they tell you what to believe. All day long beating you over the head with their media telling you what to believe, what to think and what to buy. The table has tilted, folks. The game is rigged and nobody seems to notice. Nobody seems to care! Good honest hard-working people; white collar, blue collar it doesn’t matter what color shirt you have on. Good honest hard-working people continue—these are people of modest means—continue to elect these rich cock suckers who don’t give a fuck about you….they don’t give a fuck about you… they don’t give a FUCK about you.

      They don’t care about you at all… at all… AT ALL. And nobody seems to notice. Nobody seems to care. That’s what the owners count on. The fact that Americans will probably remain willfully ignorant of the big red, white and blue dick that’s being jammed up their assholes everyday, because the owners of this country know the truth.

      It’s called the American Dream—because you have to be asleep to believe it.

  2. Our system is not working anymore. Think back two years ago, when we all saw the mess happening with all the jobs going overseas, all the layoffs. We kept looking for our new president of “change we can believe in” to come to the rescue and what did he do? He spent all his energy to put a national health plan in place, a plan no one had even asked for and that no one wanted then or now. HE DID’NT ATTEND TO THE PEOPLE’S AGENDA. We wanted help with the economy and this jerk did what ever the f–k he wanted.

  3. I am not really happy with these prospects but I think we have to remember that just because it passed the House it has no hope in the Senate, so don’t think this is a done deal. I had heard from many on the news yesterday that the Republicans have no prayer for this to become law. The president would never allow this to happen .

      1. I am referring to the Ryan Bill. It won’t make it to the Senate. I really believe that the President will not get taken a second time, because if he does, then he won’t get re-elected again either.

        1. Andrea,
          You need to take the red pill. Considering the information on this site outlining the treachery in our government and the fact that Barry Soetoro is a two bit south side of Chicago back alley hood, I’m beginning to wonder what your motivation is.
          I’ll tell you right now I have no tolerance for left wing Democans or right wing Republicrats coming on this site and trying to perpetuate the lie of the false left-right paradigm.
          In short I am way past sick and tired of living with the decisions of stupid people.
          Go to the Red Pill Documentary page and watch “The Obama Deception” with its absolute documentation. And if you can do so and come back on this site and advocate for that son of a bitch, then I will have identified another Fabien socialist party worker that needs to be removed from our patriotic site.

    1. Andrea,
      Of course it is not going to make it past the Senate and Obama. We have to realize this is a staged act. Now when the issue of the debt ceiling comes up, the crucial parts of Paul Ryan’s bill will be adapted through a compromise. You know like they did with the tax cuts for the top 2%. And then Obama and the rest of the false left can say “We didn’t really want to cut your throats, but hey, it was the best deal we could get. And there had to be a raise in the debt ceiling or we would have gone bankrupt.”
      See how the false left-right paradigm works? They screw us from the left, they screw us from the right, then we get to sit back and listen to the bullshit of the blame game. And in the end we are screwed.

      1. Ron Paul voted against it, because they didn’t include defense cuts. He and his senator son, Rand, want to eliminate all gov’t services – when I was 15 I tried to read “Atlas Shrugged”, the libertarian bible – even then I recognized that Ayn Rand was a nutball – she and the Greenspan fraudster were buds. Not surprising.

      2. I couldn’t agree more – what really gets my goat is that they are picking on the very things that AREN’T entitlements – we have been paying into them. This was brought up in the oversight committee hearing last week – Gov. Walker was questioned about the cost of the state’s pension plans – something that the workers have contributed to and accepted a lower salary to help compensate their retirement later on. I wish somebody would have had the courage to ask him about all the corporate pension plans that have been dumped on the Pension Guarantee Corp – by corporations who are back in business and doing fabulously since they significantly reduced their bottom line – even aggressively seeking to buy out their competitors. They have the public soiling their panties over the gov’t workers who will retire with defined pension plans that the taxpayers will be responsible for – who the hell do you think will pay for “bankrupt” airline industries’ workforce for instance? In the end, they all agreed that the states weren’t in such a dire mess considering the amount of corp taxcuts and unemployment rates, and Walker finally had to admit that there was no fiscal benefit to his anti-union provision – but this won’t be reported by our corporate owned press.

      3. henry your right on there is alot of stupid assholes out there it’s truly amazing how any one can trust these fuck ups in congress when they do there poles and say 17 percent think everything is good i would love to actually see these jerkoffs that think country is ok im mesmerised with this country it’s getting worse by the day theres no hope and just reading your article says it all im lost for words

  4. Has considered moving my family out of the U.S.A. Maybe then I could get help moving to another country (relocation), and maybe even a job! If i’m here in America I’m just an option, not the priorty. So maybe if I did want America to do anything at all,or even hear my opinion, I’d have a better chance living elsewhere.

  5. Hey, where did my job go? What happened to my bank account? Hey, where did my house go? Wait a minute I have a car, Where did it go? I’m going to get to the bottom of this I’m calling my representatives! Hey, where did my representatives go? Hey, I used to live in a great country, WHERE DID IT GO?

  6. Hi Henry,
    The fact they were able to take 26 million dollars without much of a whimper is good solid evidence for them to do whatever they please. I don’t know who is gonna do all this lamp pole hanging, they do not seem the least bit intimidated by anything as they have had tacit approval for as long as I have been alive. WAKE UP EVERYONE PLEASE!!!

  7. The first thing that needs to be done, is put a cap on salaries for all public servants, republicans and democrats. 15k a year, no more six figure income for these two faced bastards. Seriously, common people and community leaders should step up and become our voice in government. Not these, school educated, easily bribed, douche bag catering, worthless human beings. Our house and senate have no clue what I going on in America. Can someone explain to me, why we have to keep putting money into weapons of mass destruction? What can’t last years tank model do? That this years model can? If these dumbasses would cut our military spending we would be out of debt tomorrow.

  8. WE HAVE TO CONCEDE TO CORPORATIONS and say YES, we will work for $10-15 an hour, you win, just give us our jobs back. NO MORE problems with unionizing, we agree, its over, just give us some jobs. Get the illegals out, Americans are willing to do those jobs. We as a people have got to do whatever they ask of us if they will bring back those jobs! THEY HAVE WON! We need to work. Then maybe in 5-7 years we can start to get them to raise salaries, but for now WE MUST GET THE MANUFACTURING BASE BACK. Time to suck it up and help restore our dignity and pride in work. WAITING around for another extension is not going to happen. STAND TALL and take any job they offer. Would’nt it be better than the life we have as 99ers? Of course we will have to make even more sacrifices and adjust our lifestyles but we can then return to a normal life. You work, you get paid, you live on what you get and you budget to make ends meet. IT’S not pretty but is better than this.

    1. Help needed-

      Did you know that General Motors in India pay their manufacturing crew 47 cents an hour. These are the crew that are on the assembly line building the cars. Currently, the workers are on strike, claiming they are having excessive back problems and the working conditions are unfair wanting more overtime pay. LOL

    2. help needed, I was making $14.00 an hour 3 years ago, before I got laid off. Now I can’t even find a job for $7.25 an hour, so don’t be preaching about suckin’ it up and lowering your standards, when 99.9% of the people on this site have been doing that, and still can’t find a job. They’ve all been out sourced to other countries, thanks to our wonderful Govt. You sure you live in the U.S.A. Get real.

        1. I don’t read between lines. If you’re going to be cryptic say so. I bet you wouldn’t call me that to my face, so stop the name calling , or Henry might kick your ass off his site. He has a low tolerance for people like you.

  9. This was actually a great article. I’ve been critical of you in the past, but this time you’re right on point. These lobbyists that are masking as politicians are robbing us blind and must be stopped. If this isnt taken care of in 2012 there needs to be another civil war because i’d rather die than live in a country that is trying to eliminate the middle class so the filthy rich can get richer.

  10. Let me just say this 99ers need help and I stand by them so that they don’t have to listen to what most people are saying there lazy and doing nothing I have friends that are killing themselves to survive and that the fact the Government is on Sping Vacation for 2 weeks enjoying there lives while those people starve is bullshit and I hope the favor will be returned one day to our Government when they aren’t holding there position anymore because they screwed the American People!!!!!!!!!!

  11. I have a question about the unemployment extension.

    From my perspective, I reason thusly:

    A corporation, seeking to transfer as much public wealth as possible into its pockets, should be STRONGLY in favor of unemployment extensions. Pretty much every unemployed person who is still drawing a UI check is an unemployed person who is still paying their credit card balance minimum payment.

    It’s the ultimate transfer of government funds into corporation hands. How much of the billions in unemployment do you think went into investment accounts for personal retirement? Maybe 3 percent. The vast majority of it was spent on credit cards, food, clothes, shelter, gas, etc. Things that corporations make money selling to you. Things to keep you alive at a minimum state until you find a job again.

    What do you think will happen if 15 million people end up defaulting on their debts? The corporation shareholders (most of the shares being held by the C-level execs) will have a fit. If you owe MasterCard $2,000, and you simply stop paying on it, big deal. Now imagine 1 million people doing that. A $2 billion writedown? That’s only the beginning. If you’ve walked away from it, that’s more like a $4 billion loss. Why? Because most people have to pay over many months, and thus end up paying about double what they would have in the first place.

    The last thing these corporations want — and not out of altruism, but simply out of greed — is for the public to suddenly realize, “Wait, bankruptcy actually isn’t THAT bad. I can walk away from all this debt. If I have to take a job at McDonald’s making $7.50 an hour, I’m actually coming out ahead on the deal if I have no debt. And once my credit rating tanks, I have ABSOLUTELY NO MOTIVATION for paying back my debts other than moral obligation. But considering what the banks have gotten away with, being virtuous seems synonymous with being a chump.”

    Personally, after the past two years, I have noticed a severe change in my attitude. I no long enjoy buying things. I grudgingly buy anything that isn’t a necessity. The corporations haven’t figured it out, but that’s a terrifying thing for them. Every three weeks, out comes a new cell phone. And what happens when no one buys a new cell phone anymore but using the same old one for four years? Or sticks to the basic model? $80 sneakers? Say good-bye to those as well.

    The corporations must realize this. So they dole out the money, a drib at a time.

    And every so often, another “extension” comes along. This one for 14 weeks? I wouldn’t be surprised at all if it goes right through. Why? It’s billions more dollars that will end up going, with a slight detour, right into corporate pockets. And the Republicans will act like they are literally being raped over this, and demand huge concessions from the Democrats, who will cave as quickly as possible to provide those concessions.

    1. Alex,
      Why should they give us anything when they can take everything without consequence? As far as them having somewhere to run their industry and a place to sell the goods they manufacture from our natural resources, well there are plenty of people in India and China who are quite content to be slaves for cell phones.
      No, I believe if they ever pass any extension it will be just before the 2012 elections in an effort to try to stop the inevitable, which is the 99ers, poor, and middle class as a united force voting in a third party government intent on ending the insanity.
      I hope I am wrong and you are right, I could damn sure use the money that would go directly to utilities and food. No, I’m not even thinking about buying any gas, that kind of stuff is for rich folk.

      1. Henry,
        Being well beyond a 99er I personally don’t think an extension would benefit me. I think that those that are currently recieving benefits would get the additional weeks but the we 99ers would not. Do you think they would just send a lump sum check for 14weeks to the millions of us even if it were to pass?

        P.S. I just watched the new Red Pill doc on Obama and NOW believe that every true American should own a hand gun as well as long ones.

      2. The only reason for not doing the whole “simply take it” approach?


        These are very bright, very greedy people. Seriously, put aside any anger — which is incredibly difficult, I know — and give them their due. They have gimmicked the system beautifully. If they had bent their wills to healthcare, we’d all be living to 150, and looking like we were 25 the whole time, and open-heart surgery would cost 11 cents.

        The corporations and their servants, the elected, are playing this very safely. In game theory, I’m sure there’s a term for it. But, basically, it boils down to this: If you can CERTAINLY win in 10 moves, and ALMOST CERTAINLY win in five moves, ALWAYS take 10 moves.

        Right now, 15 million people are without jobs, and the chorus isn’t, “We have to do something about this.” The chorus is “Get a job, you free-loading bums.” It has taken the corporations 30 years to get to this point, and they will not flub it this close to the end. They are masters at the long game, and they have ice water in their veins. And doing the equivalent of saying, “We’re taking it all and go screw yourselves,” is a risk. A small risk, but still a risk.

        I would put the corporations, right now, at about three more years away from having the Robber Baron fantasy world of the hyper wealthy where servants do all the work, are paid a pittance, and if your boss corners you in the pantry and rapes you? Well, you’re fired.

        The corporate/political force has almost wiped out the middle class. Everyone I know is scared to death for their job. Retirement is becoming a non-word. Retire-what? What’s that? The only jobs being created are at fast-food joints. The new ordinary will be a workforce of part-time, temp, and full-time temp, and so forth, with virtually no benefits. The unions are being neutered very effectively. It is all starting to come together. Notice that the people most effected are the very young (right out of college) and the middle-aged, people who are still in the system for long enough to be concerned. The people who are 60? If they still have jobs, they’re in bunker mentality. “Don’t make ANY waves. You’ve got five more years to go. Just ride it out.”

        The water’s almost at boiling, but there’s still a chance that one overstep could set off an alarm and upset the whole scheme. So the corporations want to be sure. If everything collapses right now, if 15 million people end up on the streets pretty much all at once, there’s simply no way to not notice it. (And not just altruistically. If you live on a street with 10 houses and three of your neighbors get evicted, you now have 3 empty houses. Good-bye to your property values. You’ll notice it and be alarmed. “My house value! Oh, and my neighbor.”)

        If I were running it, here’s what I’d do.

        1. Approve the 14 weeks.
        2. Then approve another 7 weeks, around week 12 of the first extension.

        Then, I’d offer ANOTHER 7 weeks. Each time, I would extract more and more from the social safety net. I’d cut welfare, I’d cut food stamps, I’d cut heating oil subsidies. Why? Got to pay for it all somehow. And I would keep extending the unemployment seven weeks at a time. why? Can you imagine the stress that would put you through? Constantly dwelling on how you could be 45 days away from the street? Do that until the 2012 election, and I guarantee voter turnout will be down by 10 percent for the presidential election.

        1. Alex,
          So you’re an optimist. Everything you mention might well come to pass, that is unless we nut up and take it back. That is my plan.

  12. DO YOU KNOW WHAT STRESS DOES TO THE BODY-your immune system breaks down, you start to develop deseases you never should have, you loose your hair, and pretty much just feel like shit every moment of the day, you sleep more because you’re weak and it’s the only escape you have. THIS IS THE CRUELIST DEATH I EVER THOUGHT I’D GO THRU.

  13. my neighbor is on welfare… he receives no gas bill, his gas is paid for with a voucher, so his windows are open for fresh air and his heat is on 75 degrees.
    I worked 32 years, have no insurance and walking around for 3 months with an abscessed rear tooth while his whole family has full medical and dental…
    He gets 300.00 in food stamps…. nice eh…
    He pays no co-pay, for meds and gets it 100% free…
    Oh yeah did i mention i buy my glasses at the Dollar tree, he gets full coverage….
    I was paying 150.00 a week thats $600.00 a month for day care in the day..
    He has 3 kids pays naddda, its all free….
    Oh Dont forget us working folk who lost our jobs, we are fighting for an extension..
    He gets a nice check for a few hundred on top of everything else he getzzzzz free…
    He has not worked in 14 years, we are begging for 14 weeks…
    He drinks 5 nights a week, i cant afford to…
    i am facing the street soon, 3 months behind on rent, he is on belmont and pays peanuts.

    I had to go for a drug screening and police check for a minimum wage job offer. i never
    got the job… he just has to wait for his atm card to be reloaded… he has a staff at social services who pay his bills…he never sees any… naddda…

    oh and last but not least… i had to lose a job im sure i would have been hired for 2 years ago
    but guess fast… i lost it because i failed my credit check….
    He has no debt to lose his credit…

    anyone else thinking we should just say f__k – it, and sign up…. what are we fighting for…
    we could have it made… and guess what… same folks who dont want to pay our 14 weeks can pay us 5x as much for the next 5 years….

    1. Marc,
      You are blaming the wrong people. Most people in this country want more than what the people on welfare have. I know I do. If you look at it another way, how much would the fellow on welfare have to make to get off of welfare? And do you think he or she could get a job?
      As mentioned in the article, people tend to stereotype the many based on the actions of a few. I cannot understand people who would settle for the bare minimum rather than trying to achieve more, but I can say that if welfare was guaranteed for every person, no matter what, the corporate elite would have to treat those who want to work a hell of a lot better.
      At any rate, I blame the corporate elite for my current situation and I think they would make a better fight than the people on welfare. It is always easy to attack the weak, to get even with the strong.
      Hope your luck gets better. I can tell you are one of those people who feel awkward not working. I am the same way. I have to work and do work every day though it sure as hell would be nice to be making a living wage for doing so.
      Anyway, don’t give up; we are going to take it back.

      1. Thanks Henry your so right…

        its just these times when im overwhelmed with shut off notices and behind on rent and besieged by collection agencies and standing in line at the food store counting pennies and walking around with a toothache, i cant help but wonder why the same folks who wont give me a 14 week extension would force me to go on welfare and provide me with what i need, actually have to pay so much more with all those benefits…
        I just dont get it… when it comes to adding to the deficit part…

        and i dont blame the welfare recipient he would have to make at least $20.00 an hour to provide those benefits to his family..
        As we all know, that aint happening ….

        its just the idea the government does all that for him and nothing for those who try to help themselves…

        yeah yeah i know, the socialism trap… i rather fight for a real job…
        my problem is im taking my family down with me, its my job to protect and provide and i feel less the man….

        1. Marc,
          It is actually quite simple. They want us to hate each other as a consequence of their actions. All we can do is keep fighting. Your family obviously supports you. I have found militia survival training to be a great activity for bringing a family together into an efficient mechanism. Whether you are there or not, your family is in this thing. If you concentrate your efforts on organizing and strengthening your family, each one of you profits in the process. Consider your entire family as in this predicament. If each one of you does so and starts working the problem, not for the individual, but for the family unit, you will see your chance for success multiply.
          I know it is all just words at this point, but I truly hope that what I have said will help you in some way.

          1. That was beautiful. You’re a wonderful man, Henry.
            Be strong, Marc. It may not help much, but know that you’re not alone.

  14. New to this site. Trying to determine what your political stance is. Do you have a “mission statement?” How do you feel about Social Security and Medicare? A few HTTPs explaining position would be enough. I am hearing a lot of good stuff re the hijacking of our country by the largely unregulated corps, but at the same time I see that you are supporting Ron Paul (???). Thanks,

    1. Steve Cearfoss/BedleySmetler,
      We advocate for the Constitution on this site and as Ron Paul is the only candidate out there who supports the Constitution, he is shown in a positive light on this site.
      If you want to read more articles on Social Security and Medicare on this site, there is a Search Posts engine at the top right of every post and on the front page.

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