Spread the Wealth

By Bob L.
Wed/Sept/22/2010

This Administration wants to spread the wealth, but the only wealth I see being spread is for the wealthy, like CAP & TAX, high health insurance, more hidden taxes that we don’t know about.

Over the years our Government has passed laws to bring this Country along the lines of following the United States Constitution, this Country has had its good times and its bad times, and now they are trying to destroy the CONSTITUTION, but to my knowledge I don’t think that this Country has been in this condition that we are in now, where we can improve or crash, I don’t thing it will take much to crash.

Yes we have gone through many problems over the years though RECESSIONS, and I think we have been through TWO DEPRESSIONS, one was in the THIRTIES, the other I believe was it the TWENTIES: In the 30’s:

The Great Depression: facts versus myths

[Roosevelt’s New Deal ensured that unemployment never fell below 14 per cent and that the process of capital accumulation — the very thing that raises living standards — went into reverse. Despite this dreadful record his latter-day disciples are bizarrely arguing that the New Deal was a success. The Democrats own the Great Depression, a fact that is being confirmed by economic and historical research.]

The Forgotten Depression of 1920

The Great Depression

Between the Wars (1920s & 1930s)

Causes_of_ the_Depression

In to days societies people don’t want to believe that there was a day that this happened (it’s not taught in school any more). We have had the dust bowl, 20s depression leading to the 30 depression and the dust bowl, today they have learned how to control the land from having another dust bowl, but they still have not learned how to control money and the laws they have and the new ones they keep adding:

Dust Bowl During the Great Depression

The Great Depression

AND WE THINK WE’VE GOT IT BAD!

This was a mere 70 years ago
Makes complaining about no cell service,high gasoline prices,
not enough cable channels, etc. Seems a bit ludicrous.

I am reminded to be grateful for what I do have…but this Administration has this Country going back to those days, do you want to live like your Grand parents did back then,well it is so close to those days, and if this the people in this Country do not stop admiring them selves in the mirror, we will be there in no time, the CLOCK IS TICKING, TIC TOC, TIC TOC, TIC TOC, each day gets closer, 1930 AGAIN it is just Around the Corner, believe it or not it is YOUR FUTURE, YOUR KIDS AND GRAND KIDS, be a strong U.S. Citizen and stop it now, or just let it happen, your choice

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Police stand guard outside the entrance to New York’s closed World Exchange Bank, March 20, 1931. Not only did bank failures wipe out people’s savings, they also undermined the ideology of thrift.

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Squatter’s Camp, Route 70, Arkansas, October, 1935.

Photographer: Ben Shahn

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Migrant pea pickers camp in the rain. California, February, 1936. Photographer: Dorothea Lange.

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Members of the picket line at King Farm strike. Morrisville, Pennsylvania. August 1938. Photographer: John Vachon. In contrast to a frequently racist society, several unions were militantly integrationist.

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Relief line waiting for commodities, San Antonio, Texas. March 1939. Photographer: Russell Lee.

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Young boys waiting in kitchen of city mission for soup which is given out nightly. Dubuque, Iowa. April 1940. Photographer: John Vachon. For millions, soup kitchens offered the only food they would eat.

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