Wednesday, November 07, 2012

I Agree With These Predictions

Taken from a friend on FB:

My predictions for the next four years:

1 - Further erosion of the First Amendment
2 - Full out assault on the Second Amendment
3 - Further egregious expansion and misuse of the Commerce Clause
4 - Continued erosion of the Tenth Amendment
5 - Another credit rating downgrade in the next nine months
6 - Skyrocketing costs for gasoline, food, and electricity that will make the last four years look tame
7 - Less access and higher costs for healthcare resulting in a government takeover of the entire system (which was the stated goal to begin with)
8 - Burgeoning bureaucracy
9 - Unemployment numbers climbing above 10%
10 - Further radicalization of our youth through indoctrination
11 - Continued abdication of social values to political correctness
12 - Further loss of our cultural identity to mandatory "diversity"
13 - The US Dollar will no longer be the world's currency
14 - Military cuts that make Red Dawn a real possibility
15 - The US will devolved into a European-style, fiscally-insolvent, semi-socialistic has-been super power
16 - Like many European countries, we will have to endure austerity measures
17 - There will be many "temporary" measures taken in the name of the "common good" and "shared sacrifice" and how we have to do our "fair share."

Why do I believe this? Because potus will likely appoint at least two Supreme Court justices and for as much as it's overused, we are headed towards a fiscal cliff with unsustainable expenditures.

Those two alone will secure most of these predictions.

Please read Atlas Shrugged to see where this 'vision' will lead us eventually and ask yourself if that's what you think America is.

Keep working. Write your congressmen and senators. Stay involved and ensure your voice is heard.

Our Republic will endure...


BVM said...

Well, I agree with all of it but #14, the Red Dawn scenario.

Blogust said...


BVM said...

Another good FB post from another friend:

"the gays , pot smokers, vaginas, and poor people have spoken."