This post is an important one.
Republicans are all about scare tactics these days, it seems. In a way, I think it is good to be alarmed at the policies of the State these days. But my game is not fear, though I think you and I should be aware: A collapse is coming, one that looks worse than the recession we are in. I hate making predictions, because it often makes one look like a fool. I hope I am wrong, and I hope this monetary policy is sound. But history has shown it is not. Future projections show it probably will not be. A hurtin’ is coming in the U.S.&A. There is one great thing that will occur in the next few years. Either I will be wrong, and our society will stabilize, the middle class will once again grow, and corporatism will be proved harmless (unlikely, in my opinion), or the spending policies the we have employed in the past century in varying degrees (and mostly at the influence of Leftists) will be proved once and for all incorrect and disastrous. Either Paul Krugman and Ben Bernanke are wrong once and for all, or we all continue to live comfortably for the foreseeable future. That’s the only good I can come up with. So sue me.
The answers to 4 questions are the first way to approach the question of the soundness of our monetary policy. The second step is to realize that it isn’t just leftists who want to spend, that is, even “small-government” tea partiers refuse to commit to significant budget cuts:
Still not convinced? Here are a few other articles that evince economic & governmental instability.. What about:
- the fact that the Middle Class in America is being wiped out?
- the loopholes in the Constitution used to justify such legislation that are diametrically opposed to freedom?
- the fact that they will watch you, but you cannot watch them?
- the fact that legislation that began the rise in the police state has been in place since 1917?
- the fact that Obama, a supposed champion for individual rights, is constantly acting to further turning the executive branch into a kingship?
- the fact that our policies are taken on faith rather than science, especially when it comes to drugs?