I Am Still Not Ready to Let the GOP Take Over Washington
To the editor,
This is what they call for and maybe (even though Romney denies it) war with whoever Israel privately designates before they attack. I know both sides have their skeletons, many of which will come out later. Thus Halloween is a good time to hold an election.
Listen carefully friends: Small investors are afraid of a market that involves profit hungry executives with excessively paid bonuses dealing in financial products that take great risks with investors’ money. Romney and the elite favor the same super charged economy trying to convince America that if we return to the Alan Greenspan system of no regulation that another boom will save us. Well the last one started to help pay for the war in Iraq but the economy and related tax income fell right out from under the grand plan. This time the boom won’t last through two Administrations. Is this the only way to finally get rid of the two party system? By completely draining the US of all residual liquidity so the elite widen the gulf between themselves and the lower class? Supply Siders need to listen to the economists in Europe admit, now that, without anyone left to spend the whole system cannot resume recovery. Even Alan Greenspan finally admitted that he had been WRONG about deregulation and the David Stockman, supply side. Eventually the American people will stop listening to Reaganomics and revolt, unfortunately. So keep it up rich boys and find somewhere else to live.
I am someone who was a Republican until I couldn’t hold my nose and vote for Dubya the second time. Since then I have been reading up on the Bush dynasty and their associates in the UK and among the corporate elite. A suggested look inside Ameriquest and Lehman during the boom; read “The Monster”. If you are interested in big business and big politics this will keep you up at night because you can’t put the book down. All I can say to people who won’t study is; you are responsible as a voter to oversee the government, not by just following what your favorites say.
John C. Miller