Wednesday, December 16, 2009

The Pain of 2010

2010 will be the hardest year for Americans in decades. With lack of help from the anointed one, President Obama, more hardworking Americans will suffer from foreclosures and job losses. Corporate America will still be gun shy when it comes to hiring back the millions of employees they've laid off over the past two years. With the Administrations ambitious attempt to destroy our private sector with a new health care plan and the taxing of energy, corporations will do the unthinkable. They will try to survive at the cost of the American people.
2010 will be the year that corporate America will put the screws to the American people. It’s not personal and corporations don’t have it out for us but it’s the last act in a very painful process the American voter has to experience. Corporate America understands that you voted in socialist and they, corporate America has had to put up with them for years while they were the minority. They realize that since you voted them into the White House it’s time for you to decide what you really want for America.
2010 will be the year you will go to the store to buy an item and come home without it. Why, because corporate America will have lowered their inventories so much that shortages will occur. The shortages are part of a normal economic phenomenon in a capitalist process. For corporations to make a profit with less employees they will have to make less and sell it for more. That means that many will do without. Many who have always had plenty will go without.
2010 will be the year that prices start to rise because of supply and demand. This year will be the crossover year where people will still be losing jobs while the cost of living is rising. This is the most painful year of them all in the correction processes.
2010 will be an election year, known as a midterm election. With shortages occurring, job losses and foreclosures still occurring the people will be furious with their government. I would imagine that if this President was more pro business, he would get a pass but since his apparent disdain for the private sector is so obvious, the American People could turn violent with a backlash against him and his governing bodies. This is the path the American People must follow to correct the mistake they made in November 2008. There is no in between when it comes to this. There is no half way to correct this. Only the pain of going all the way before the Glory!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

A democracy is two wolves and a small lamb voting on what to have for dinner. Freedom under a constitutional republic is a well armed lamb contesting the vote.
Benjamin Franklin (1706 - 1790)