Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Suffering?

At what point can we convince our young people they are suffering? These are people that have grown-up in a home with sometimes three generations of family members. They don't realize these are third world living conditions. We have the globalist politicians to thank for reducing American standards of living, instead of trying to raise up the world to meet our own standards. There are more children in this country today that believe every household eats one meal a day, than there were in the 70's. We have people standing in line at food pantries that are smoking while they wait. There are children running around with cell phones, yet they have holes in their shoes. There are people who can't pay their rent, but want to dictate to a landlord how much to charge and to accept pets. When did priorities change? When did the line between "needs" and "wants" become so blurred?

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