This Ogre freak, who’s been a capering Internet idiot for a very long time, apparently believes that everyone’s financial circumstances are divorced from what’s happening in the nation at large. Apparently, he doesn’t ever need to buy food, which may well be the case as he appears to be a pure scatophage. And he doesn’t think that three million auto workers and associated employees landing in the unemployment line at the same time will matter to anyone not living in Michigan,
Anyway, he has this to say:
What’s the “problem?” Is it that the automobile manufacturers are going out of business? Why is that a problem? Companies go out of business all the time in this country. Sure, people will be unemployed, but people are always unemployed in this country. Oh, a LOT of people will be unemployed? Well there’s already a lot of people unemployed.
Is the “problem” that banks are going out of business? Why is that a problem? Again, companies go out of business every day in America. Just because an official bank isn’t lending money doesn’t mean that there’s no money. I just lent my sister $10, and I’m not a bank.
Is the “problem” that house prices are falling? Again, why is that a problem? People who aren’t currently trying to sell their houses won’t even know anything has happened if they didn’t read the news.
Is the “problem” that many people are not paying for their homes and going into foreclosure? Why is that a problem? That’s been happening since people first started borrowing money to buy houses. Perhaps these people had bought homes that were too expensive in the first place and never should have bought them.
Is the “problem” that “too many” people are unemployed? Says who? Once again, there are benefits to being unemployed. Do you know how many great inventions and discoveries were made by people who were unemployed? Microsoft was founded by an unemployed kid in his garage!
Is the “problem” that too many people don’t have health insurance? How is that a problem? Is there some rule that says that everyone should have every medical ailment taken care of without issues? Is there someone in charge that claims that there should never be any suffering anywhere in America?
So again I say, there is no problem in America. Do you disagree?
If you disagree, feel free to tell him so. Right now, most of the 10 comments are from people stupid enough to actually agree with the idea that America’s current problems have been manufactured by liberals in government in order to give them a reason for existing. (Thanks to Meatbrain for pointing this out.)