agree with wally,
This country is being destroyed every day, and is just a shell of its former glory only just as little as 50 years ago.
I think it started in the late sixties when all the unions were at the strongest, I know, i was there. And i might add, unions were needed, they gave us the middle class as we know it today. Without them we would be making peanuts, but i feel they got out of hand in a way. Unions today are just a shell of their former might also. and that is not a good thing either. Go out to these warehouses today and you will see whats going on. People jumping up and down beggin to work today, its disgusting. Ever watch the Hoffa movie? you need to see it, its where the unions started. Folks, we are almost right back there today. Just one difference tho, people wont go on strike today. Even if they did, many would cross the picket line and start bag licking.
I taught high screwl in the early eighties, we had a "teachers" strike in Alton. It was disgusting, all the teachers were stopping the administrators cars when they crossed our line and apoligizing for being out there. I left and went home. This country is being destroyed in our schools by leftist and socialistist teachers, and our country has already been de-industrialized. In the early thirties Mr Henry Ford had the River Rouge auto plant in Dearborn Mi. It made its own steel, engines,frames, all the parts to complete an automobile. 90 miles of train tracks, 80,000 men worked there every day on 800 acres. Think about it, this has been a long post, but long overdue. And my grandson was talking yesterday sitting at my table, about his career with the little ceaser corp. Hes 23