Skip to comments.Six types of people who are making America a worse place to live
Posted on 08/18/2013 9:59:09 PM PDT by ReformationFan
Living in the United States is great. You can say what you want, own what you want, shoot almost anything you want it's like a dream that's too good to be true. It can fairly be said that the United States of America has offered an unprecedented level of prosperity and freedom to more people than just about any other political system in the history of the world. After all, we don't see any evidence that the ancient Sumerians were laying rubber in from of any Dairy Queens with any 1969 B.C. Mustangs, am I right? But yet things are not what they ought to be. The bloom's coming off the rose, and a lot of folks are wondering why.
Well, I'm here to answer that question, or at least to wave my arms around in a distracting fashion so that you think I'm answering it. Why are our lives becoming more obnoxious and difficult? Why do Americans just seem...more annoyed than we used to? Well, find out below. We've got a lot of people in our country who are actively trying to make our lives more difficult, dangerous, or at least aggravating. These include...
(Excerpt) Read more at renewamerica.com ...
#6. Gay Activists
#5. “Civil Rights” Leaders
#4. Political Correctness Fetishists
#2. “Moderate” Republicans
#1. The Mainstream Media
Long but funny (and true) article, and worth reading.
I disagree that RINO’s are less predictable than liberal Dems. They always, every time, stand firm against freedom and against their (ostensible) masters.
That’s so odd, I really expected to see:
1. White People
2. White People
3. White People
4. White People
5. White People
“Round up the usual suspects.”
deadbeats on the dole (0bamaphone lady)
anyone with an entitlement attitude
conservatives who don’t vote
hand-wringers who make no effort to change anything because they think it’s hopeless
those who worship false gods (0bama, sports teams, celebrities, ...)
those who produce children they are unable to support financially
those who produce children they are unwilling to parent properly
the illiterate (clue: if you can’t read cursive, you’re illiterate)
There is plenty of overlap among these categories.
Bump for later.
I don’t see corporate welfare whores.
People who are making America a better place:
2. Tea Partiers
3. Anyone who has signed a petition to impeach the usurper
4. Anyone who has protested the usurper (Thank you Overpass Protesters!)
5. Our troops (at least the remaining few who are not pushing the LGBT agenda and other political correctness)
7. Parents who are actively raising their kids, not just dumping them in the public schools. That means those who work to financially support their families, stay at home moms who are married to their children’s father, parents who talk to their kids, parents who listen to their kids, parents who take their kids to church/synagogue, parents who chaperone field trips, attend class plays, music recitals, sports events, parents who sit down to dinner with their families.
What country is this author talking about?
I am all of those except number 6. My kids went to public schools (on military bases mostly). I told them (and still do) to question everything! I’ve been called by their schools and received many notes from teachers/principals over the years it because almost funny.
Five children and NONE support obama. Must be doing something right.
They forgot ‘teachers/’educrats’...they have done more damage to this country than those six groups put together.
“Anyone who has signed a petition to impeach the usurper”
Biden too? Otherwise it would be no help.
#7: Immigrants (both legal and illegal, and from all different education levels) that don’t want to assimilate into traditional God-fearing Judeo-Catholic American culture.
I didn’t mean to imply that you had to homeschool. Just as I didn’t meant to imply that you had to be in the military. Just trying to point out that people who fall into those categories are generally a positive force in this country!
If you’re all but number 6, then WOW!
Obviously you’re doing a LOT right!!
Thank you for your service - whether you’re in the military or your spouse is.
I just finished 24 years in the military. I’ve also had one of my five kids served in the army. I’m now retired and am expecting my sixth grandchild in November!!!