Tuesday, June 05, 2007

REFLECTIONS ON WORKING POOR, MIDDLECLASS AND AOHELL'S BLOG

I like blogs. They are like editorials from the ordinary, statements from the common person who work, pay bills, and pay taxes on her/his compensational wages. With this money she/he goes out, at the end of her/his hard workday, buys the things she/he needs and pays taxes again. What does she/he get in return for all her/his labors and double taxation. She/He gets the chance to get up the next day and do it all again. That's what it seems anyway, for the ordinary American middleclass person who is constantly climbing a greased pole trying to stay out of the ranks of the poor dangling below her/his suspension on this Achilles' heel of a pole. It has too fast become an inescapable failure for most to stay economically afloat. Two salaries per household and still they can't pass muster and avoid the catch-phrase "working poor". Please read http://www.aohell.com/archives/cat_americanpresidency.html or AOHELL'S blog, http://www.aohell.com/index.html Thanks, thinkingblue.blogspot.com

A Reflection on George Orwell, Red Cloud, Heaven, and Hell


We of the sinking middle class may sink without further struggles into the
working class where we belong, and probably when we get there it will not be so
dreadful as we feared, for, after all, we have nothing to lose. -- George
Orwell

In reality, the people vote upon a pre-approved slate of candidates who either
are members of the Republican or Democrat parties, who enjoy a co-dominion in US
politics, or they vote for people who had to do far, far more than show up sober
to one of the Republican or Democrat nominating committees.
And do they respond to the people?
Income disparity continues to widen in America.
the very money I pay to keep the wolves away from my door goes to the pockets of
the owners of those wolves and makes their wallets fat with my cash.
And general welfare for who?
Blessings of liberty?
The truth is cruel, but it can be loved, and it makes free those who have
loved it. -- George Santayana
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