Viewing the political landscape from the perspective of a 70-year-old Vietnam veteran, with experience in both the public and private sectors, thoughts and feelings keep welling up, frustration and anger at the public servants clinging to their jobs by continueing to obstruct progress as they serve the interests of fat (chasing unfettered profit) at the expense of maintining and developing heart, muscle and bone (education, healthcare and a healthy economy populated by greater wealth for the average citizen).
Reagonomics in the hands of the military-industial complex in partnership with the greed of the banks, insurance companies and wall street in general have inriched those who already had so much more than they could possibly use, by driving a very large part of our middle class into grinding poverty.
It's time to remove the servants of greed, violence and willfull ignorance, from office.
It's time to take care of business.
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