re: Should we just jump off the cliff and start over? (Posted on 12/8/12 at 2:36 pm to mooseknuckle)
Read the book "Reset" by Kurt Anderson (written during the first bailout circa 2007-2008).
It isn't just a financial crisis we're facing...it's a moral dilemma. As Ron Paul philosophizes, we must change the way the think about government...and as Tupac said, "Let's change the way we eat. Let's change the way we live. Let's change the way we treat each other."
It's never too late to press the reset button on society, and every generation has it's opportunity. Our time is rapidly approaching where we come to the proverbial fork in the road, and we must choose the tougher path, for it will benefit all.
NC_Tigah LSU Fan Member since Sep 2003 54907 posts
re: Should we just jump off the cliff and start over? (Posted on 12/8/12 at 3:32 pm to SilverSpurs13)
quote: Get a grip. You are acting like a pussy.
Love this analogy:
We're in a car hurtling towards the cliff with failing brakes. There's a fork in the road ahead. One path leads over the cliff. The other leads away and is packed curb-to-curb with our kids. DC politicians seem determined to swerve from the cliffs and instead run over our kids.
mooseknuckle Louisiana Tech Fan Clutch City Member since Aug 2006 4435 posts
re: Should we just jump off the cliff and start over? (Posted on 12/8/12 at 4:19 pm to CherryGarciaMan)
I agree and will get hammered for getting a little preachy but.... This country has been turning its back on God for quite some time. It'll get worse and worse until we turn back. Unfortunately, I don't have enough faith in man to believe it will actually happen.