Good Day Humboldt County!
Today we’re looking at two roads traveled by Americans.
One is paved with privileges, while the other is riddled with pot holes.
When you’re rich in America you can steal millions and get less time in jail than a homeless man for stealing $100 for food.
The wealthy have the resources to live lives of luxury most Americans can only dream about. With those charmed lives comes a sense of entitlement.
It’s sad to say, but the wealthy rule by default. Everyone else is too busy trying to stay alive in a depressed economy.
With their wealth, these leaders of industry and government, are immune to other’s real life plights.
The rich spew ideology in order to further control the masses. They talk about the Constitution a lot, while violating most of it’s real tenets and reducing it to a partisan interpretation. The majority of Americans live somewhere between poverty and an uneasy middle class. Yet, we call our system a democracy and accuse other nations of having caste systems and limited forms of government ruled by strongmen, and dictators. Kinda makes you wonder doesn’t it?
Time for me to walk on down the road…