THOUGHT OF THE DAY

The two parties who brought us to $22 trillion of debt are both either defending or ignoring the racism in their party by pointing out the racism in the other party! Think about that for a second. We know. A 3rd party is an impossibility. Right?
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    Travis says:

    Ross Perot got 18.9% of the vote in 1992 and shook up the two-party system…he was a business man…just sayin’ 🙂

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    Gregory Hansen says:

    Dear Mr. Kaltbaum:

    I really enjoy your radio program. I have no Television because I don’t live the lifestyle of the average American. I have almost always been very responsible with my money, so I consider TV to be a waste of time and money.
    I know that you are really smart, but do you realize that the average American is pretty much destitute. I have less than $434,000 in my IRA’s, a paid off house (not much of a house), about 30,000 in banks, cash etc., a $900 a month pension, yet at age 63 I still am working class – not middle class. My Social Security when I take it in a year or a year and a half will not be very much, so I just get lousy seasonal jobs at Lowe’s, Home Depot or terrible jobs where no one wants to work, they fire people all the time, working with convicted violent felons or where most of the people don’t speak English. Age discrimination is illegal, but that law is seldom enforced, so employers usually do discriminate by age. The most important qualification for getting hired is YOUTH! I am serious. The Chrysler Assembly Plant closed almost 11 years ago, so it has been tough ever since. Yet I am rich compared to the average American. What is going to happen in about 10 years? Most people have no money, and their jobs don’t pay anything. Not only that, companies usually have long since gotten rid of their pensions, and if they have “benefits” you have to pay for them out of your low pay. Also, a lot of people cannot afford and do not have health care.

    You brighten my life.

    Greg Hansen – Newark, Delaware

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