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Saturday, November 22, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving for people who deserve it

Well it's another Thanksgiving and time for more Turkey and cranberry stuffing. Pumpkin and apple pie and good company. But it's also a time to remember those we lost. Those who are homeless and the orphaned children and animals.

I read with agony that even the food banks are going dry in this time of turmoil. It infuriated me when I read about the Executives from the auto industry who had the audacity to cry poverty while flying into Washington in "Private" planes. Oh Boo Hoo spare me please. And they think they are worthy of hard working tax payers dollars to bail them out? Ha! I hope the Dems stick to their guns and continue to say NO.

How about this proposition? They sell their vacation homes, private jets, kids college educations, expensive mansions, their wives diamonds and expensive cars and give all that money back to the people they stole from? Do something good with it and give it to charities? What's the matter? Afraid to live in a middle class world? Well, snap out of it...this IS reality, and one YOU helped create...suffer along with the little people and so be it if you go bankrupt..too bad.

They are part of this financial problem as well. I feel terrible for the people loosing their jobs behind all this, but again it's "GREED" that caused this mess. So now I will sit back and watch them all suffer and don't care one iota if they go belly up. I have a great running truck, I don't need a new one at the prices they charge. Back in the 70's I could buy a brand new car made out of the best steel for $3, you pay $15,000 to $50,000 for a new car. GIVE ME A BREAK! Morons! Get your heads out of your butts.

This is a time for giving to the homeless,single moms with children, elderly, orphaned children and poor animals in shelters...not a hand out for the lying, thieving, s.o.b's in the auto industry and banks.

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone,

AP Miller

1 comment:

Lynn Crain said...

There is a lot of trth in these statements. BUT just doing this would not change things. The change needs to come from the heart and in our fundamental way of thinking.

Capitalism is a good thing BUT it has made many a good country fail because of the have and have nots. The only way to really change is to make people want to not have so much and to make sure that others don't go without.


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