In a perfect world, I would be writing less intensive words . . . But we live in colorful times. Sorry for the tripe. We’ve lived in colorful times before, another time, another meaningless war. Iraq is crap . . .
All I really have to say, BRING EM HOME . . .
I’m not sure how we ever believed the lies going into this tragedy . . . But we did and now we have to do what’s right, BRING EM HOME.
Our leaders, they won’t . . . Who cares for what reason? Our sons and daughters are dying. It’s not their choice, but some rich politician sitting safely behind a desk. And the Generals know, it’s all a farce . . . They can’t say unless they are ready to retire. And the media, well they’re all bought by big money . . . Where has the truth gone?
I WILL NOT VOTE FOR ANYONE THAT WON’T END THIS WAR . . . BRING EM HOME.
And we believe this war is over OIL . . . Right. The truth it’s over money and power as always. War is money, makes money for those selling arms, services and bodies to fight. Oh and it sells policies . . . While we’re watching the war, we don’t see our leaders gutting our country.
Have our leaders eliminated the healthcare problem? No why? Have they invested in education for the people, college? No? Have they helped the homeless transition back into society? No? Have they made the retirement burden easier on the American Elderly? No? . . . BRING EM HOME.
Their answer is to legalize those that come into the country illegally . . . Does this get us any closer to healthcare? College for all? Easing the retirement burden? Transition of the homeless? No, no, no . . .
To be honest . . . Our leaders don’t know what the problems are. They think Globalization is a good thing. Only in the long range, but that’s after the American market place is destroyed . . . That’s the destruction of the greatest market in the world. That’s crap you say . . . Right. The American Market depends on American Spendable Incomes and their dwindling . . . Globalization means cheaper labor and cheaper goods . . . That doesn’t mean higher profits . . . Do the math AND BRING EM HOME. The Brave Few.
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