Fallout Web

Some really depressing/pragmatic economist guy was on Glenn Beck’s horsecrap show tonight saying that we’re heading for a really bad economy.  Like on par with the 1970’s and whatnot.  But the thing was the guy wasn’t like many of Beck’s usual guests who puff up their chests and scream.  He was all resigned and stuff.  Like all prognosticating hell on earth while shrugging his shoulders.

I believe this man.

When bad news is packaged with abject resignation on a t.v. show known for its bombastic guests/host, and it’s a very conservative show at that (I don’t care how hard he tries to come off as middle of the road gee whiz Midwest guy, Beck is a complete narcissist a-hole), when it’s packaged like this, I absolutely believe the economist.  He’s saying that in the not-too-distant future we’ll no longer think of the American Dream as attainable and it will cease to exist.  This is how bad it has gotten.  No one trusts the government.  It has lost the trust of its people.  This is very bad.  Our buying power will diminish significantly in the coming years as Asia rises.  So build those fallout webs, my pretties.

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    this is so depressing I can’t even really think about it.

    we’ve seen a major slow down at my job and already one person has been let go/laid off due to so little work coming in, it’s really making me anxious, I’m having these terrible anxiety dreams…the works.

    i guess horrible stuff like this has to happen though, in order for us to turn things around. maybe a good scare like this can turn us into the nation we’re supposed to be…the one we aim to be.


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