Posts Tagged ‘USSA’

Success

December 18, 2009

As we head into the Christmas season it appears we may get a Christmas present from our Republican congressmen in regards to the health care enslavement initiative. In addition, Copenhagen has all but blown up in Chairman Zero’s face and his great oration today caused sour words from his newfound BFF Hugo Chavez. I guess the honeymoon is over for those two.

Between this and climategate I can say that this year has been a success for the resistance here in the USSA (United Socialist States of America). If we can just hold out one more year we can put a new crop of legislators in and repeal some of this communist crap and start on the path to recovery.

Seriously folks, this is a war. Not unlike the cold war that a lot of us grew up with. These people are serious threats to the American way of life. I really don’t care what the Europeans think of us. We have been number one for so long that we were bound to make some enemies along the way. You don’t get to be number one without ruffling some feathers and the gay birds that have been targeting us lately are prime examples of that.

The time has come for the American people to again be proud of what we are and if this is not your feeling may I suggest that you look into some different living arrangements. Perhaps France. Hey they like Jerry Lewis and Roman Polanski so they should take you.

Automobiles

May 16, 2009

Are you a union man? When I used to work in the factories I was asked that question a lot. I was raised in the sixties when we were in a cold war with the UNION of Soviet Socialist Republics. Now I am watching my country being turned into the Union of Socialist States of America. I do belong to a credit union. I once belonged to the International Brotherhood of Chauffeurs and Warehousemen of America. I also belonged to two different branches of the United Auto Workers. I didn’t think much of them at the time, I was probably more management material than a union man.

Some years later my views began to change. Big business was running rampant. I didn’t really want to have anything to do with big business or unions. I had the view that they deserved each other. It was what I call a “who cares fight”, you don’t really care who wins, just so they fight long and hard and do a lot of damage to each other. Maybe that was short sighted. Maybe the damage they have done to each other is culminating in this mess we are seeing today. Maybe we will not come out of this predicament.

Then again, maybe this is just what we need. Perhaps Obama is more cunning than we originally thought. One hundred years ago there were over a hundred car companies in America, all healthy. Google it, you’ll be amazed. Stanley, Stutz, La Salle, Oldsmobile, Cadillac, Ford, Buick, Lincoln, Chevrolet, Mercury and many more. All separate little companies producing products locally and causing communities to thrive. Then the megalomaniacs got in the business and the smaller companies were either swallowed up by the bigger ones or systematically put out of business.

I have always thought it would be nice to have a small company churning out a couple hundred cars a year. Maybe this could come to be. I don’t think that would be such a bad thing. We’ll need to get the government out of the business, but once they drive GM and Chrysler into the ground I think the American people will see through the shroud of secrecy and throw them out. Then entrepreneurs from all over America could begin new and maybe we will see a whole new crop of options to choose from. Might as well look for some kind of silver lining in this cloud of doom.