Sunday 16th December 2018

almost like the system is rigged

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Ron Nesler New Harmony Indiana

During the Vietnam war, — (of which, unlike Cadet Bone Spur,  I was a participant) — our government spent hundreds of millions of dollars PER DAY on waging that war. I remember, when the war ended, my very first thought was that all of that money could then go into making life better for working class people in America.

In my childlike and trusting way, I just assumed that all of that money we had been wasting on war would go into education, schools, higher wages, health care, roads, bridges, libraries, space exploration, and other benefits for natural air breathing human beings.

Hello Polly Ana!

It has been forty years now, and working people are worse off today, than we were when the Vietnam war was at its worst. Sometimes, it almost seems like the system is rigged in favor of the war contractors.

Ron Nesler posting childish childlike thoughts from New Harmony, Indiana

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