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Sometimes There Is No Middle Of The Road Position

As you can see from this picture I took a few days ago, sometimes there is no room in the middle of the road.

There is no room in the middle of the road when we have a congress that is denying the extension of unemployment benefits during this tough recession, while at the same time debating to keep tax cuts in place for the wealthiest 2% of Americans.

This kind of thing really makes you wonder about what kind of country we are at the moment.

It is up to you and I to fight back. How long can we allow Tea Party groups to have the upper-hand as the rich get richer and the rest of us are pushed aside?

Are we really going to extend the Bush tax cuts for the most wealthy and then have cuts for programs for the poor and working class in the next Congress?

What kind of country is this? When will we fight back?

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November 20, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. Due to the fact, that a Capitalist mentality rules this country…there will never be significant change for the benefit of the working & middle class people of the usa. It might be informative to review Sociological Theory, esp; Karl Marx and his writing and how it compares to the present situation, times of today!!!

    Comment by John Garcia | November 20, 2010

  2. It is hard to see in the current moment how working people will get a fair shake.

    Comment by Neil Aquino | November 24, 2010

  3. currently; it looks bleak as to working people getting any fairness from Bourgeousie Controlers who run government, and business and any egalitarian regard for humanity in this country. Everything seems to be for profit,bottomline increase for the shareholders,etc. and cutting cost and letting people fend for themselves thru Social Darwinism…and survival of the fittest! Doesn’t seem to be the Christian ethics of Jesus….that the Republicans,Tea-party folks claim to embrace,expound in their politics…and view of life in general*

    Comment by John Garcia | November 24, 2010


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