How long will it take before the infrastructure of our nation crumbles to the point of total disaster? How long can the government provided, prescription happy pill fed citizens of this once great nation support the burdens which are being placed on them? How long will it be before the demands of the rich can no longer be met? Demands such as ever-increasing safety ratings, ever-increasing profits, ever-increasing greed, ever-increasing cost of living and ever-increasing fees that are continually handed down to the poor, reaches a point that the poor can no longer afford to be poor?
The day IS coming. Our once great nation will crumble under its own weight when the infrastructure gives way. The poor will scatter out of the way, and the rich will have the farthest to fall, and the hardest time adjusting. The poor (not including the government supported) have been trained for so long at surviving with a mere fraction of what is necessary for survival, that they will band together, and live off the land as they must. The rich, on the other hand will suddenly find that their wealth now holds no sway upon anyone, and will become the new poor. The will be poorer than the poor because they will have no idea what it takes to survive in a world where everything is not at their disposal, where everything and anything can be had simply by waving a wad of cash or playing golf with their senator buddy to get a new law passed that turns their millions into billions.
Who will be the first to fall? Will it be the government and all its paid puppets? Those who know nothing of what the... [continues]
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