Motif For The U.S. Economy

This seems like it could be a major theme of the U.S. economy. 

“Buy Now, Pay Later!”

And then…

“Foreclosure”

You can’t borrow infinitely.

It eventually has to be repaid. 

Where will the money come from?  

Print more.

Worth less!  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Graffiti Over Urban Blight

What can one really say about Baltimore?

It’s a city in gross decay and it needs help.

“This land is your land. This land is my land.”

This land needs a serious helping hand. 

A wealthy country where “the roads are paved in gold.”

But the inner cities are crying out in poverty, crime, and neglect.  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Destruction Site

If there’s a construction site, then there can certainly be a destruction site. 

Most of the time, it seems like more destruction than construction really going on. 

It’s amazing how a construction job on one corner can take more than a whole year, when they built the entire U.S. highway system in not such a long time. 

Now-a-days, money just goes down the sinkhole with the littlest jobs taking seemingly forever and the costs spiraling out of control. 

Hello, is anyone out there managing this stuff?  

Oh right, it’s all funny money anyway.  

Let’s just keep printing some more. 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Can Anyone Say Election Fraud?

  • Vote rigging.
  • Dumping of valid ballots. 
  • Counting invalid late ballots.
  • Changing the postmark of ballots. 
  • Preparing phony ballots.
  • Accepting unsigned ballots.
  • Voters who voted multiple times. 
  • “Software glitches” switching votes

If this isn’t considered fraud, then why are we even bothering to hold an election in the first place? 

And moreover, why do we pretend that we’re a democracy? 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Truth or Lie?

Our election system is the envy of the world?

Our pollsters know what they are talking about?

Our news media is honest and unbiased?

Our political system is rational, mainstream, and values integrity? 

Our democracy is safe and not under serious threat from within?

Our election system is the envy of the world?

Our pollsters know what they are talking about?

Our news media is honest and unbiased?

Our political system is rational, mainstream, and values integrity? 

Our democracy is safe and not under serious threat from within?

Oh dear, Pinocchio has died of an overdose!  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Overwhelming Public Fatigue

China Fatigue

Covid Fatigue

Election Fatigue

Exaggerations Fatigue

Extremism Fatigue

Fear Fatigue

Facebook Waste of Time Fatigue

Lies and Corruption Fatigue

Media Manipulation Fatigue

Power Politics Fatigue

Racism and Hate Fatigue

Riots and Looting Fatigue

Fatigue Fatigue  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Two Terms In Office

Funny sign in store. 

Limit Politicians to 2 Terms:  

One in Office.  

One in Prison. 

Now this doesn’t speak very well of our leadership.

What about the one’s that have decades in office, and the time is used for their own selfish purposes and not for the people?

Where power and money is the purpose rather than advancing social well-being.

Where personal and party agendas are the playbill rather than doing what is right, plain and simple.

Where scoring points against your adversary or completely taking them down is the strategy rather than reaching out and working hand-in-hand to achieve our nation’s greatness. 

We have fallen a long way from what I would imagine the founding fathers had in mind for this great democracy. 

Perhaps, the biggest problem is that we have stopped even trying. 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Much To Be Afraid Of

Life size scary-looking Jack In The Box at Home Depot. 


When this clown dude pops out, you’ll sh*t your pants. 


And who really wants to be more scared in this world anyway?


With Covid, Cancer, Corruption, Cyber Attacks, Identity Theft, Radicalism, Terrorism, War, Weapons of Mass Destruction, Loss and Death, Environmental issues, and the Economy don’t we have enough to be afraid of already?  😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)