America’s Collapse Will Look Like the Great Depression

The collapse will be far worse since there are no morals today.
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We’re on a dead end course. We’re headed to nothing working. Everything’s gonna fail. We’re gonna bottom out. He was, I think, saying we’re have to bottom out before anything is going to get fixed. Now, all I’m saying is, I want to know how this is going to happen.

You know, I happen to hold the same view that the course that we’re on is going to equal catastrophe and destruction. But at the same time I’ve been hearing it my whole life. My dad was telling me when the national debt was $5 trillion, how it’s gonna be the end of the country, and here it is 55 years later and there’s no end in sight to it. We’re not getting a handle on it.

Nobody’s engaging in any repair work or proposing any policies that are gonna fix this, or even change direction. We’re keep adding to the debt, we keep creating entitlements, we keep paying people not to work. It… (interruption) What’s an unnatural circumstance? (interruption) Well, no. In this case I don’t know that Obama’s race is a factor. Whether Obama’s black or Martian, the number of Americans who expect to be taken care of and want to be is growing.

And there’s a whole political party of all kinds of people that have been promoting that, the Democrat Party. Obama’s just the latest of a long line of leaders of that party. But, no. Look, I don’t want to make this any more confusing than it is. I live in Realville. I’m a literalist. When somebody tells me that we’re gonna crash, I ask, “Well, I know. How?” What does that actually mean? How does our system implode? How does it collapse on itself?



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