Posts Tagged ‘austerity’

“How To Make Government Smaller!”

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Let’s get Big Brother off our backs and out of our bedrooms!

The Republican mantra of smaller government may play well in Peoria but not in places where concerned and observant people gather.

Since I can remember, Republicans have been screaming about shrinking government — making it small enough to drown in the bathtub. It’s a good talking point and seems to get their followers frothing at the mouth. But saying you want to do something does not make it so. And Republicans reducing government? Sheer fantasy!

Reality is something quite the opposite.

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“Saving Us From the Bottom”

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It’s time for a radical new approach!

We’ve tried trickle-down and it hasn’t worked! All that’s trickled down is crap.

So as we near, bounce along, or bounce off the bottom in our financial recovery, let’s start thinking outside the pox.

Yes, supply side economics has been a pox on this country, on the world — a pox on capitalism with a predatory financial system and unfiltered greed becoming a malignant cancer.

What caused this insidious and unrelenting disease? How do we reverse it?

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“It’s All Greek To Me”

This article was posted on The Huffington Post on Monday, 10/17/11. To view it on HuffPost click on the link.

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The Greek Parliament agreed on new austerity measures to avoid sovereign default.

As the European Union, the International Monetary Fund, and European Banks grapple with a plan to avoid the collapse of Greece, and the potential domino affect on Portugal, Ireland, Spain, and Italy, the social unrest in Greece grows.

Austerity measures imposed by the ECB are deep and damaging to the Greek people, striking at the most vulnerable citizens; sparking huge protests in the cradle of democracy.

The problems in Greece and Southern European countries are microcosms of a problem throughout the world; financial destruction caused by a greedy, protected, unregulated banking system.

But, the anger and unrest are not confined to the socialistic states of Europe.

It is happening globally and the thirty year move to a Plutocratic Oligarchy is propagating class warfare.

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