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Judgment Day

SpaceVegetable Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 4:33 PM
The sad part is that those partiers are the ones beating the drum loudest for taxing those who choose to be responsible and save/invest what they can for the future. It's truly the Grasshopper and Ant scenario and the industrious are being demonized and forced to support the others, who have given up and expect the government (i.e., taxpayers) to support them. It's truly frightening.
modernmover Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 7:38 PM
Hopefully, in two days, we will see the tide change. If somehow it doesn't, cling to your bibles and guns. Especially your guns. Don't know about you, but I ain't going to take it no more.

There’s been an ominous aura in this country for some time, which makes hurricane Sandy even more eerie. I’ve called this the dropout nation. Sadly, rarely does a week go by without there being more evidence of people throwing in the towel. From the plunge in marriage to an insane willingness to rent in places where it’s prohibitively more expensive than owning, Americans have more or less said live for the moment because it will not be better tomorrow. Perhaps no data stream illustrates the dropout nation more than income, spending, and savings reports.

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