Tuesday, August 9, 2011
The significance of today's recall election #wirecall
To me the significance of today's election for the recall of 6 miscreants in Wisconsin is whether we begin taking back our country now, or whether we will have to wait until a complete breakdown of our society, including massive civil disorder.
In case you haven't guessed it, I'm hoping we begin taking it back now.
A fascistic conspiracy between massive aggregates of wealth and two all too cooperative political parties has been eroding, and stealing from, the middle class in this country for 30 years. The discredited economic thinking which pervaded prior to, and which brought about, the Great Depression, is trumpeted as though still valid.
And it has been used to ensure a financial meltdown the likes of which has not been seen since the Great Depression.
Enough idiot votes have been combined with enough stolen votes to make it possible for the trend to continue.
It has to end.
I hope that it will end before, rather than after, the widespread misery of the 1930's revisits us.
Wisconsinites are showing us the way.
I'm sure they will turn out in sufficient numbers to get rid of the parasite Republican senate majority in Wisconsin. Whether the votes will be counted honestly is not free from doubt, however.
I'm hoping for the best.
In my opinion, a lot is riding on this.