Money=Power

A few years back, a naturalized man by the name of George Soros took advantage of our capitalist system and made billions of dollars for himself. Since then, he has, seemingly been doing all he can to destroy the very system that permitted him to make his fortune.

Instead of using his billions to accomplish good, he has been using it to undercut the fabric of our constitutional system. His latest ploy was to pour millions of dollars into the election of district attorneys to accomplish his will, to let criminals back out onto our streets.

Legal though it is, it is not the way the system is supposed to work. Moreover, it makes me wonder about the motives of the man. When he became a citizen, he took an oath. Now, it would appear he has completely ignored it. His oath was to protect The Constitution and it would appear he is doing what he can to destroy it.

Nonetheless, at least he is using his own money, which he made legally. On the other hand, it would appear that Biden has used money from the US Treasury to lever his deals. In just one deal, he used 1.5 billion dollars of our tax money to get one man fired. In my book, regardless of the reason, that is just wrong.

Moreover, when you consider the reason, it just makes it all the worse.

How can any honest reporter casually overlook such a thing?

I used to think those doomsday preppers were a little touched in the head for spending so much for something so unlikely. Now, I am beginning to reconsider.

Just ‘Cause You Can

Those of you that have read my posts know I have a thing about commercials. There is one commercial that shows “people” who are human only from the waist up. Below the waist, they are a motorcycle.

I don’t find it particularly annoying. They don’t play it too often and there is nothing about it that I find that objectionable. However, like so many commercials, I fail to see their point. I can’t even remember what they are advertising.

The one aspect of it that I find confusing is “Why?” It would seem they have some special FX people who know how to make the impossible appear commonplace. As observers, we are supposed to believe these are special beings, who should possibly deserve special respect. I have no idea why or why we should buy what the advertise.

To me, it would appear the only reason for creating the illusion is because they can. This brings the question to mind. Just because we can do something, does that mean we should? Does that make it the intelligent thing to do?

It would seem to me that many people do things not of necessity, but just ’cause they can. Look at what the democrats did during the last Supreme Court nominations. They accomplished nothing. Indeed, they might have even helped the Republicans elect two more senators. If it wasn’t for a quirk in timing, they would have two less and the republicans would have two more. (Does anyone really believe that Alabama would have elected a democrat if they had a strong republican in the run? Does anyone really think the character will be re-elected this year?)

Now there is another nominee for the the court and it looks like the democrats will make idiots out of themselves again. I don’t know why. I guess it is just ’cause they can.

And by the way, the main line media will be right in their helping them.