What if we are all wrong?
What if every one is wrong and President Obama is right?
When you think about it, what if the White House is right and everyone else in the world is wrong?
The economy is a big thing, just imagine if the Mississippi river represented the economy of the United States, if you wanted to fundamentally change the direction and the flow of the Economy when it has run in one direction for many many years, how long would it take to see a change?
One year, Two years, Three years.
The President only has four years to make a difference, but the thing here is does the Economy have that long to recover or to change in any reasonable way at all. Allegedly about 82 percent of the voting public in the US is against the current direction of the economic issues that the US faces.
How would we know if everyone were wrong but only a few were right, looking at the figures, if one out of one million were right and the 999,000 were wrong how would you ever know it? Because we live in a democracy, at least we tell ourselves that is what we live and what we believe in, in the past it has been proven that the majority were wrong, but it is usually statistically not significant.
The world is not likely to end if millions are wrong, and the one is right.
We know by studying history that we can anticipate human behavior, even logically predict it, however over time, we know that when we see certain signs of economic growth we can anticipate prosperity in a meaningful way.
We are three years, into this plan, and we could see some action over the next few months the thing is this is it correct?
One thing for sure, if we are indeed not going in the right direction do we have yet another, chance to get it right or is this the last chance?
If this is our last chance to make it right, should we not be certain that we are doing the right thing for everyone not just a few.
Last night, Emotion seemed to be the main thing, Michele Bachmann talked emotionally about a subject that on the surface seemed to be of interest however, was it really that interesting, and was it accurate, considering that no one is forced to do something against their will, (opt out provisions are always provided)
Can we really rely on a woman that does not distinguish between the facts and the reality of any given situation, just for drama?
I found several things somewhat disturbing, last night, Ron Paul, seemed to be of the idea that someone should be allowed to die if they choose to have no insurance coverage, that was a real issue and it is a scary thing, more so if you happen to be the one that is in need of health coverage and you don’t have it.
I know someone right now that is sick and cannot get treatment, because she is not sick enough.
Imagine that, we have to wait until she is so sick that her life is threatened, until she might possibly die.
Then she can get some help, but if it involves cancer, and that is the likely result here, then early detection and treatment, can increase success rates, by 70 percent or more, survival rates are also much higher for early detection.