Total noob (& forum admin)
This Friday, go to your local watering hole, have a drink, and complain about not being rich. Help organize a protest in your home town.
I agree in theory, but not with the methods, and I spent 20 years in the US Army defending their rights to do this and your right to voice your opinion. Where would you suggest I go?They have every right to protest but i do not believe in there message. If you don't like this country there is plenty of places you can go.
That's not the point. It's about loving the country and being able to succeed in it. Also as Americans we have the right, ability, and responsibility to make it our own. That's the point of America.They have every right to protest but i do not believe in there message. If you don't like this country there is plenty of places you can go.
What made America great is now being exploited.Is that what we told people on Ellis Island?
What makes America great is being destroyed, I don't have to leave or accept it.
I don't think capitalism is either, but lets be honest, you are about as close to the 1% as the bum you see eating out of a dumpster. The only thing that separates you is a serious illness, falling behind on some payments, or just having bad luck.I do not think capitalism is destroying this country like the people who are protesting do i think this is a great country and anyone can make it with hard work. To many people want everything given to them. I think the seniors and the people who served our country should be taken care of. To march on peoples homes because they have money is just wrong.
That's an issue too. To be clear I live in a union free state. So why am I poor? I can't organize (my basic constitutional right) because of it.Did the bankers have anything to do with the economic collapse or was it the workers with their demands for jobs with decent pay and benefits?
My boss does not pay minimum wage nor does he provide any benefits, not even workman's comp and my job is dangerous. I am a 'contractor' and this is a typical situation for many workers employed in the USA.