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The Initial Aftershocks

Cepat2 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:53 AM
History is not on your side with this one. Takers simply take until there is no more then blame others for the famine. Teaching correct principles and holding each other accountable for our decisions is the only way to remedy this. Ant and the grasshopper...remember? What we tend to forget is the grasshopper died. "When men are protected from their follies the world is soon filled with fools". That's the world we live in now but we can do something about it. It just takes time, patience, persistence, and dedication to a vision that is larger than ourselves. It is hard, boring, sometimes tedious, and ultimately rewarding even though the success rate will be two out of ten. The two are worth it.
you've been served Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 9:05 AM
I think tho that history shows that men in need are willing to seek help from the people who have the wherewithal to provide for their needs on the terms of the provider. They only succeed in blaming the provider when times are relatively prosperous. in times of desperation, the liberals will submit to the providers. I say we hold out until they have no choice but to give it up. I am saying the same as your quoted proverb. Do not protect them from their follies. Then they will stop playing the fool.
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