The sobering question that confronts us is whether any president, any administration, can stem the bleeding and put this nation back on the long and difficult path to competent governance, fiscal sanity and the rule of law.
Instead of taking my money and giving it to some of the worst slime on the planet, they should use it to guarantee the retirement plans and pensions of working people. These corporate slugs do not deserve a single penny of our tax dollars.
My business hasn't been doing too well lately. I made some investments which didn't work out. But here's the good part: I have a business partner who lives in Alaska and can see Russia. So I'd be a great help to the global economy.
The disaster of the Administration's economic policies began for me five years ago when my job was outsourced. Now I feel I'm part of a larger trend. As fashionistas might say: "Poor is the new black."
America must come to realize that Reaganism is the philosophical underpinning of our woes. They are due to George W. Bush's mismanagement, but more fundamentally, by our slavish worship of flawed political philosophy.
I've been deeply ashamed of my country's pursuit of the crooked path extolled by the GOP. My distress arises from the decline of sensible and adult governance, truly objective and honest bipartisanship, and an increase in flat-out money-grubbing