Maybe nothing is the thing to do

4 thoughts on “Maybe nothing is the thing to do”

  1. The handling of whole bailout scenario has to be one of the saddest events in US history. Pesonally I’m hoping for a 9.7 on the Ricter Scale centered under DC.
    Now that you mention it, that would solve a whole lot of problems.

  2. Awesome comment by sandysays1! LOL! So, basically, the union was ‘effn the workers back then, and now they are still doing it? My huz hit a crossroad in his job about 2 years ago- he decided to jump ship (and took approx $5- less per hour) after working for the same complany for nearly 20 years. It was take a pay cut, or not have a job? Um….. hm….. that’s a no brainer to most.

    Even though it was a hard move, we are so grateful he is still working. And yes, maybe since we are all still alive and breathing; we should just keep on doing nothing. I was under the impression that the world was coming to an end if that bailout didn’t go fast!
    After two months of hearing the world is going to end tomorrow if we don’t do something … I’m just getting really tired of hearing about it. Are they just crying wolf? I don’t know what to think anymore.

  3. Hey 30 – I’m with you on that. There is some famous quote by some famous writer about how it’s good when Congress is out of session because that means they aren’t spending our money. I think if Congress just sat out, I don’t know, say a year??? so we could all recover from the ‘economy’ woes, that’d be nice, wouldn’t it? And have you ever noticed that no matter how bad the economy seems to be that Congress votes itself a raise every single year? Ain’t that sweet? Nice work if you can get it, I guess. 🙂
    Voting themselves a pay raise. That’s never seemed right to me. Why don’t we, the voters, get to vote their pay raise, or not, on Election Day? They work for us (supposedly). Controlling their pay raises (“pay for performance”?) would make them a lot more responsive to our wishes, I’ll bet.

  4. Over the years, there have been many great American statesmen (& statewomen). I am convinced, now more than ever, that President Bush and Speaker Pelosi are two of the worst in recent times. What a shame!
    Nope, no one can ever accuse either of them of being statesmanlike (or stateswomanlike? statespersonlike?)

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