Some Of The Reasons I Started A Blog

Hello I’m toosmalltosucceed:

In an era of the “too big to fail” nonsense, let me introduce myself. I’m all for straight up Capitalism, which to me it means the profits of my hard work are mine as well as the losses. Not the nonsense we have seen as of late in America. That’s not Capitalism, that’s generational theft, or as I call it domestic terrorism.

I started my blog on January 4, 2010, and I dedicated the blog to all those that have ever started a small business had the vision, drive, and determination to succeed without ever expecting to be bailed out by the American tax payer because they were ” too big to fail.”

I’m sick and tired of all the nonsense from both political parties that could care less about America and are deliberately bankrupting our country with all their foolish borrowing ,spending, and trade policies which hurt American workers and  small business.

Fed up with what we have as a sorry excuse for ” Political Elections” especially when it comes time to elect  the President of the U.S.A. and with the “News Media.”  Back in the day,  we use to criticize the Soviet Union  for what passes off these days as Elections and News in our country.

For the life of me, I never expected America to take such a giant step backward as it has since 9/11.  In addition to the Patriot Act, Activist Judges, Corporate Lobbyist, Politically Correct, Global Warming / Climate Change Nonsense, Career Politicians, out sourcing of American Jobs, HB1 Visas, Illegal Immigration, lack of respect by our leaders of the Constitution, not calling a terrorist a terrorist for fear of offending Muslims, while at the same time calling those who are Christians as being capable of possibly committing  future terrorist attacks simply because they’re Christians.

Health Care Reform, Cap & Trade, Financial Reform, high unemployment & lack of jobs that have been created after the stimulus, the constant lying of unemployment numbers, government take over of the economy, Czars, Eric Holder, Timothy Geithner, Chris Dodd, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and a host of other issues like President Obama’s ” Radical Transformation for America” all of this scares me to death.  Since the “too big to fail” bail outs it seems to me like I’m living in the “Twilight Zone.”  How about you?


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    Capitalism was founded upon basic principles: production, supply and demand, and capital accumulation. It is a social theory whereby prices are determined by profit and loss, as well as market interest and fluctuations.

    Although I understand the need for a free market enterprise, such a theory should not imply that we are willing to disregard our environment, or sacrifice the needs and comforts of our humanity in an attempt to realize higher profits (a.k.a., BP, Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, etc).

    Capitalism may be wonderful, but like anything else, it is still a flawed system. It’s a work in progress. It needs to be tweaked here and there in order to perfect its balance and to soothe the inordinate swings that occur day-to-day in our financial markets. If left unchecked, however, such a system will prove to be our economic downfall.

    How so?

    Well, for one thing, there is only so much profit a business can make from a product before it is left to cut costs in both quality and workmanship. In order to continually sustain a profit, businesses have to create those same products with lower quality ingredients and cheaper labor: which means that they must pull up stakes and move to other countries like China, Taiwan, or Mexico in order to survive. What does this eventually mean for people like you and me? It means that the very financial theory that promoted our country to super power status has turned on us. It means that the American workforce is now expected to work harder, longer, cheaper, and faster if we are to compete with the global economy now breathing down our necks.

    Where do we go from here?

    George Orwell had it right, to some extent, when he wrote his book1984. Many years from now, money will become worthless and the global populace will be employed and subject to hundreds (if not thousands) of individualized corporations that managed to survive attrition through merger aquisitions. It will be a feudalistic society: every corporation out for blood and vying for global dominance and absolute power. Our children and grandchildren will be there too: housed, clothed and fed by these various corporate entities; all the while being sent out on occasion, like brainless automatons, to errands of war, in an effort to absorb the weakest corporations into the fold. After all the dust settles, and everything is said and done, the remaining corporations will finally merge into a one-world government.

    Science fiction, you say?

    (…I’m left wondering.)

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