Posted by Christopher Johnson | Wednesday, January 30th, 2013 | Uncategorized | 11 Comments

Know something?  Things are really not that bad in your life when you’re financially better off than an entire country.


January 30, 2013

Next up, Illinois, New York, and California.

Daniel Muller
January 30, 2013

Perhaps the only purpose in Mugabe’s life is to make our own Dear Leader look not quite so bad.

January 30, 2013

No, Daniel, it is to mentor the PB in relationships and how to handle people.

Creedal Episcopalian
January 30, 2013

“make our own Dear Leader look not quite so bad.”

Hah. just wait. Mugabe had a 20 year head start. Beelzebama is catching up fast tho.

unreconstructed rebel
January 30, 2013

We are not far behind.

January 30, 2013

Every time the redistributive model is applied en masse it leads to massive failure and misery. After all their major wars the Romans took farms from the folks who knew how to, well… farm and gave them to soldiers who, for the most part, didn’t know how to farm and the Romans would up being more dependent on outside sources of grain.

Just giving people stuff for the sake of “justice” or to pay off your political pals doesn’t make the corn and wheat grow.

January 30, 2013

Actually, reading internet reports, what’s next is Egypt. They have a rapidly diminishing supply of hard currency (not Egyptian pounds) to buy the wheat they require to provide subsidized bread to half the population. But remember, the Brotherhood says Islam is the answer. I fear when mass starvation hits it is the Christians who will pay in blood.

Allen Lewis
January 30, 2013

I suspect you are right, Katherine. May Hillary and Obama be held accountable one day for their folly.

January 30, 2013

Allen, I don’t know that Obama and Hillary could have stopped it. What I do know is that my husband and I saw it coming a couple of years before it happened, whereas our State Department and President had no idea.

Creedal Epicopalian
January 30, 2013

John of Patmos saw it coming a couple of years ago too.

January 30, 2013

” “My other piece of advice, Copperfield, said Mr. Micawber, you know. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen nineteen six, result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery. ” Charles Dickens.

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