This mess is all Obama’s and the freeloading 48%ers’ fault. He’s a socialist who bought the election with government giveaways. Yup that’s right. Only that’s not true. It’s all your fault. We WERE a country of citizens and doers. Now we consume government and sit on our asses and complain.
If you’re looking to blame people for your bleak situation look in the mirror. Then swivel your head. Look left, look right, look up, look down, look behind you.
What do you see? We the people.
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
Regardless, consider yourself either informed or reminded. That Constitution with which you drub Obama and his supporters states clearly our elected officials serve at the pleasure of the citizens and govern by our consent.
It doesn’t say We the White people, or We the male people, or We the rich people, or we the freeloading people. It says “We the people.”
Don’t like what’s happening? Get involved. Run for office. Provide material support to a candidate in whom you believe. Put your back into it. Work tirelessly day and night to make the changes you want.
Hint. Change won’t happen overnight. Grow up. Above all, quit your bellyaching and do SOMETHING.
The same is true of the economy. Yes we are at a crossroads of sort. It’s time for reinvention. Improvise, adapt, overcome. Don’t have a job? Start a business. If the business fails, start another one. Take menial jobs to survive while you’re building your business. Put your wife and kids to work to save money. When the business finally starts making money, reinvest instead of taking “much needed vacations” or buying fancy cars.
Sure many businesses fail but many succeed. Those that do, will provide jobs for those that don’t.
Get moving. Quit being so picky. Has it ever occured to you that the fussier you are, the fewer opportunities you have to be happy?
As Mick Jagger once sang, “You can’t always get what you want/ but if you try sometime, you get what you need.”
There I feel better.