Americans are acquiring guns, silver and food stamps at record levels in reaction to the crumbling economy, trends indicative of a fearful public who are struggling financially and preparing for potential mass civil unrest in the aftermath of a total economic collapse.
Iris u propaganda whore,
Don't try to make it sound like Americans stand up for their families. This is not 1787.
Americans are soft. Probably the MOST passive society on the planet today.
Other countries around the world take to the streets to stand up for their rights.
Americans watch "Jersey Shore" to see what Snooki is doing. Americans accept that Osama Bin Laden is alive and well.
Americans are ok with that.
Don't try for one second to pretend that Americans have any kind of balls anymore.
Now tell us tough guy,exactly what YOU'VE done to qualify 'having balls' that you claim the rest of us here do not have.Just what i thought,coward.
When the day comes,and it will, that americans take to the street,you'll be home with doors locked and blinds drawn continuing to make and add to your stupid youtube videos.
Are these ani-government type that want less government who are acquiring food stamps? I read that Sara Palin spoke at a tea party rally in Kentucky. A large number of the people were in hover-round wheel chairs. The Hover company advertised that they could get the free from Medicaid so they all applmied to get one just because it was something for free. They are against government give-away unless they are the receiver.
A lot of them may be Americans who don't liked being turned into owned slaves and told they are breaking a law unless they buy something against their will ie: personal mandate of Obamacare. If the personal mandate of Obamacare is not unconstitutional then we have no Constitution.
By the way I have a silver gun.
tburk, you made a good point when you said most people do not object to Government give-away programs when they are the recipient.
I do think the Hover chairs are one thing no one really wants. I believe one has to be certified as unable to walk in order to qualify for one of the "free" chairs.
I would also point out that these "free" chairs are paid for with Medicare and Medicare Supplemental Insurance. Healthily people pay more for for this insurance than they collect in many years. My medical insurance cost has exceeded what I have collected in every year of my life, however, I recognize one serious hospital stay could change all that.
The people you referred to might very well be individuals who were disabled during combat defending our way of life.