The recent crash of the housing market is the best thing to happen to America’s bread basket since sliced bread. Sure it’s scary now, but stop and smell what’s cookin’— even the rich will lose the roof over their buns soon in this broiling recession.
When I was a child, my mother received state Medicaid health care for her kids, not to mention tasty blocks of cheddar cheese. The only commerce in Huntingdon County was a shoe factory. My parents both worked there. I’m a true believer in public assistance.
“Renters will soon face the repercussions of a failing housing market,” news radio in New York City reported this morning. “Banks are not in the business of renting,” the DJ said. My parents never had it as bad as I do. They may have worked at a shoe factory, but they owned their own home.
Is it really that bad? The market dropped below 13,000 again today.
Remember when the stove doors were opened in New Orleans?
Massive layoffs at Walmart and the Home Depot will burn us all.
What will middle America do? Can we eat that much cheese?
Society must change and it will. It is not necessary for everyone to work a 9 to 5, just to get by.
The world would be a better place if we all lived like the Amish.
Capitalism requires that we all work hard to reach the top.
Socialism promises us that we will get there together.
Neither is right.
We need Amishism in America.