Another cloudy and rainy sort of day down here in southwest Missouri. At least the temps are more agreeable than was the norm. (Not that that situation would last for very long, as we were due for another cool down starting on the weekend of March the 13th).
I was feeling very thankful for the relief funds that were now on the way, yet also rather disturbed in the manner with which they were passed as part of a pork-laden bill. We the People got 500B while the other 1.4 trillion was going to fund pet Democratic initiatives and political payoffs. But that’s what the American People wanted and who voted into office, isn’t it?
So, as we all were approaching the middle of March 2021 down here in southern Missouri, I could only see pretty bleak times coming at us. Why? Let me list just a few goodies that come to mind;
The Government announcement of record tax increases on Corporations will hit this year. Corporations that helped to get Biden elected into office and who will now get run over, thank you very much. Watch for a mass exodus late this year as the smart one cut rope and head for foreign lands.
A National Debt fast approaching 30 trillion. A debt that can never be paid off. A debt that will ride the backs of our children’s children children ad nauseam (an adverb referring to something that has been done or repeated so often that it has become annoying or tiresome). Ask anyone who has ever shouldered a heavy debt – It’s almost impossible to ever get ahead.
A massive one million plus migrants, most of whom are uneducated, poor and hungry will storm the southern border by mid summer. And they will be only the tip of a tsunami that will be coming in the fall. Public health services will be overwhelmed and seeing a doctor for anyone will become a distant memory and the economy will be in ruins.
Sure, Biden and his cabal will be eventually run out of town, but not before witnessing the utter destruction of a once great Republic.