Fifty years ago last month, President Kennedy famously stated, “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country”. Today, in the world of LOL, OMG and ROFL as an accepted and popular form of communication, I ask the question, are ya a 4U or a 2U?
The 2012 election will be considered by most Americans to be the MOST important election of their lifetimes. The game pits Republicans versus Democrats. The strategy is simple. Go down the center and fight for the votes of the millions of knuckleheads who tend to be anything less than principled in either of the two political ideologies. How best to do this? In my humble opinion, dumb down the rhetoric and MAKE it SIMPLE! No roadmaps, no cumbersome platforms with lots of words, no pledges, no nothing. Just a simple question. Are ya a 4U or a 2U?
If you are an American who NEEDS the government to do things FOR YOU, vote Democrat. If you are an American who believes the government is doing things TO YOU, vote Republican.
I consider Myself to be a strong 2U. What say U?
As the 4u's continue to drain the 2U's, they are drawing nearer to complete Government collapse because the
2U's are now drained dry and have no more money to give to the 4U's. The 2U's will survive because they
know how to do the things necessary for that end, but the 4U's have depended on the Government to feed,
cloth and nurture them with the 2U's money so most will perish. I'm a 2U.
Jean, they will either perish or become those with the whip. It depends on those who would be whipped to not allow this to happen---which means when it gets really tough "out there" and the only hope of eating or surviving means to depend on Benevolent Big Brother with his BIG 4U basket, can we say, "No thanks. We prepared....and we don't like or need you."????
Remember Obama's campaign cry.... "We are the ones we've been waiting for!"........
The revolutionary war started because of taxation without representation, thus the Tea-party. When the welfare system began, the taxation started sky rocketing and those recipients looked at their welfare as Government money, not their neighbors money. They can't conceive of the idea that their working neighb0rs are paying for their beer. Welfare should be at the neighborhood level and require repayment
of some kind, such as community service, job training, etc.. We would be better off supplementing an
income of production for a limited time than encouraging people to do nothing. There are several ways that would encourage the economy.