Rick Perry is too easy on Social Security.

We’ve been over this and over this.  Ponzi schemers can’t force anyone into their grift.  Thus, SS cannot be a Ponzi scheme.

It is governmental theft.

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5 Responses to Rick Perry is too easy on Social Security.

  1. crosspatch says:

    This is off topic but I believe it is important and wanted to share it. Texas is really hurting. Drought has resulted in no hay for livestock. Some farmers are going all the way to Kansas to get hay, it is expensive. Many farmers who can’t afford to do that are putting down their livestock as they can no longer afford to feed them and the range offers no forage.

    I have an idea. I remembered a similar situation back in the 1980’s when farmers in the Carolinas were under severe drought. Farmers in Northern states who had abundant rainfall banded together and organized convoys of hay.


    Two years later, it was Ohio that was in a drought and the farmers down South returned the favor. This was an example of Americans pulling together to help each other out without any government programs or regulations. Just folks helping out folks. Farmers in areas with abundant rainfall can donate a few bales, it adds up. A few bales from a few thousand farms is several thousand bales of hay. Those farmers in Texas could use that right now, their bread and butter is dying on the range.

    In these hard times, we need a story like this. We need a story of Americans pulling together on their own to help each other out. This is a perfect opportunity to help our neighbors and raise our spirits.


  2. crosspatch says:

    Oh, and by the way, this is the return story:


    Texans have a long memory, They WILL return the good will when the time comes.

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