The End Is Near

The End Is Near
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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

What Future Does This Country Have?

I was reading this morning and came across the posting at  It is about the homeless of this country living in there RV's and cars. But if you read the posting you will see what most of us already know and that is how it really works in this country.
So you work hard all your life it could be 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 years of work and you have lost your job and can't get a new one, not even a $8.00 fast food job because they are just not there. Your unemployment has run out and in the weeks you were getting unemployment you had to dip into your savings to pay the bills and now that is gone, so next is your retirement and damn you have to take a 20-25% tax for getting your money out before your retirement age, which is going to be raised again pushing it even further out of reach. For the first time in many years the life expediency in down and I think it's because the working class is getting killed with fees, taxes and the high cost of just about everything we buy. So you get your retirement money by this time your unemployment is gone and now all your have is the money you had planned to use during your golden years. So you take the only things you have left and pack them into your Class C Motor home and hit the road looking for work and trying to make a living or just have a life. But you find out real fast that no one cares about you, not your government not your state and not your city! If you stop for the night in most cities don't try to park your RV for a nights sleep because the fools with the badge will kick your ass out of town or write you a nice ticket maybe you will get both because the great leaders don't want to see you, look at you or have your poor ass in there cities. The new law is if your poor, homeless or down and out they would like you to stay the flip out of there towns or cities. You know the old saying, "out of sight, out of mind" and if they don't see you they don't think about you, Like they care a rats ass about any of us.
Tent cities and RV's with people living in them are popping up all over the country and the way we are dealing with it is to run them off. Why the flip are we all not in the streets fighting the leaders for the treatment of these people? I don't think we should take them in as our own and feed them and give them anything they need, but get off there backs and let them care for them self's. Most of the tent city and RV people are just trying to get on there feet and back to work. I'm sure with all people there are the few who are just riding the system and you get them with any group of people but as I see it most of them are good people. You know people like you and me who just ran out of time or money and now are in a fight for there survival.
If this country continues to knock your feet out from underneath you every time you try to stand up then what future does this country have?


  1. That's us. After 17 years at the same address, raising a family here, working hard at the American dream of "managing debt responsibly", the end of the line is this September for us.

    I view it as a blessing. The mindset most of America has concerning property, debt, all that ball and chain, "owe-your-soul-to-the-company-store" crap has come full circle for us. I like nice stuff as well as the next guy, but not at the cost of enslavement. That's all we've been doing for most of our 17 years here... working as slaves to a lifestyle; to pay off a house. Now, we're losing it anyway. If I'll miss anything about this part of my life once we move, I'll get over it... fast.

    Truth is, we've been working in this direction for quite a few years. We were literally prepping to get out of here, had the place on the market about 2 months when the real estate crash hit, and we lost not only our equity, but went upside down in our mortgage. Our house isn't worth half what we owe. Now the employment situation is the final straw.

    I'm just sad that our country has to come to this in order for us as a society to realize we are in over our heads. Unfortunately, most folks will become dependent on the government instead of taking the bull by the horns and making it work. (As if the gov't will be able to do anything once the crap really does hit the fan!)

    Yep, I'd trade gladly my former life of financial bondage, stress and all that is involved with that, for real freedom even if 'real freedom' means a tent... not even a second thought.

  2. Very true and well written. It is a shame, and unfortunately I think the present 'rulers' have set a pace that will completely destroy this country.

  3. Hey Pete just got back up and running.You are one of my first stops and damn if that post ain't sad but true!Could be any of us any day now!Take care Bro!