What changed, nothing
POSTED: Wednesday, November 7, 2012 - 9:48pm
UPDATED: Thursday, November 15, 2012 - 8:41pm
Tyler, TX — Here we are. The morning after, $2 billion later. The most expensive presidential election ever.
What has changed? Basically, nothing. The president will still be the president. The Dems run the Senate and the Republicans run the House.
Stocks opens 300 on the low side this morning because those in the money game were not happy with the way things turned out last night.
I heard one commentator say this last night and I fear he is right. We are on a blind course right now. People who don't pay taxes have no idea how the economic engine works. They just keep on voting for free stuff.
It's like using a credit card or taking out a loan. One day, you're liable for every cent of that money plus interest.
The federal government continues to grown. Not grow,.explode with programs.
Now, half or more than half of the country wants free stuff. "Give me stuff. I'll take less freedom for stuff."
But, just like that borrowed money is not free, giving up freedoms is more dangerous.
So here we are, the 16 trillion debt is still there. The high unemployment is there.
I can assure you questions about Benghazi are still there. They are not going away.
So $2 billion later, what did last night change? Nothing.
It's like it Monday all over again.
That's my point of view, what's yours?