I Hope I Am Wrong
Folks, I fervently pray that I am amiss in my thinking but I can't help but conclude by the results of this most recent election, that the collective citizenry of this nation were so duped by desperation that they would relinquish any vehicle of tempering restraint and opt to go back to a government of the corporate structure, by the corporate structure, and for the corporate structure. It seems to me that a return to that which spawned our present day economic woes will only serve to compound the insidious polarization of prosperity and further disenfranchise the already economically deprived multitudes.
It is the graphically stated intent of the auspices now in charge, that the resolution to the soaring national debt is to excuse the affluent and to balance the budget on the backs of those who can least afford it. The lack of employment is a major contributor to the nation's economic distress, it is the contention of those now in charge that to excuse the wealthy from contributing will somehow incite an influx of small businesses that will provide enough employment to solve the nation's economic problems.
There is only one flaw in this contention and that is that any small business that shows any sign of prospering will be instantly gobbled up by the corporate structure and the jobs out sourced to China for the soul benefit of the corporate structure.
I fear that the impending results of all this might be a momentary economic glorification of Wall Street, the Financial Institutions, and Corporate America causing the national debt to explode, the international economic structure implode and the world plunged into global economic chaos. I hope I am wrong.