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August 2, 2011 / adgerellis

WASHINGTON DEBT LIMIT: COMPROMISE PART 2

Despair and hopelessness about the lack of  jobs for non-skilled and low-skilled  people in America is much more serious than the bureaucracy in Washington, DC seem to think.

Out-of-work people should become politically active.  All unemployed people should make their hurt and pain of being destitute known in person by meetings,  interviews,  letters and pamphleteers to both government officials and big business executives.  However, low-skilled and non-skilled people generally do not  think  of  delayed gratification and feel that they need immediate action forced on them by  the desperation of homelessness and hunger.

Business executives,  politicians and their families are not immune from life tragedies. Sickness and death comes to all mortals. A kidney or liver transplant can wipe out a life-time-of-savings, and take the equity of a home in hospital bills. Do not even imagine  that cancer or HIV could hit you, or anyone you care for, that is a real personal tragedy that no sane person would wish on anybody.  Yet, it happens.    Click here  :http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jonathanmiller/why-tea-partiers-cant-han_b_914392.html

No! This is not a cry that the sky is falling. It is a notice that we all might someday, some when need government money. Progressives and liberals, generally do not think of socialism as a derogatory idea. Maybe, if the Neocons and Tea Party get hold of the US Government, that might be a time to look to European liberals and some South American Socialist Political Parties. Go!  If the time comes. Give your allegiance and money to the socialist ideal if the American political system does not respond artistically to this economic crisis. Maybe, now is the time to encourage other economically deprived people to support socialism until this emergency ends.

Aberrant capitalism has no high-moral ground. Uncontrolled,  capitalism is socially divisive and exploitative of indigenous people. Capitalism is exploitative of the very young, the sick and the handicapped. How can anyone think that some disaster like a hurricane, earthquake, or flood might  not hit them or their  love ones and beg for government money? Help! “What kind of person would let the homeless, sick, handicapped, elderly and babies die in a natural or man-made  disaster?   “Deus  sive  Natura!”  Please that is not just a call for cloy sympathy. The pragmatic truth is you, in-person,  might be caught in such circumstances. Would you have the “balls” being a Neocon or Tea Partier to cry foul after giving the liberals the “finger,” -when you need help in a national emergency? At that time of national emergency would you be thinking of  balancing the budget? And if you or someone in your family had a child with a birth defect that needed more money than you had for medical attention, then would you beg the government for help?

‘No Man is an Island’

No man is an island entire of itself; every man
is a piece of the continent, a part of the main;
if a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe
is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as
well as any manner of thy friends or of thine
own were; any man's death diminishes me,
because I am involved in mankind.
And therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.
By John Donne

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