Growing the Economy
Give 'em the Bone!
By Bruce Westcott
We are “growing” the economy based on the wrong and fateful principles. Let me give you an example...
While driving to work one recent morning, Chicago radio show host, Rick Biesada, was pulled over on an interstate highway by a “black” Hispanic police officer (the best kind for the diversity crowd). The (bogus) reason: My friend (I am proud to say), Rick, was wearing a head set listening device while driving. Never mind that the “listening device” could have been earmuffs or an (encouraged by the State of Illinois) mobile telephone or CB connection.
Now, let’s backtrack:
Also never mind to some that this officer, sworn to uphold the laws of the State of Illinois and abiding to the Constitutional laws of the United States of America, spoke Spanish far superior to his English-speaking skills, and who, by a reasonable and statistical assumption by yours truly, possibly was a criminal by way of illegally invading this country himself. As is entirely too prevalent in modern-day America, the “system’ needs Spanish-speaking, especially black Spanish-speaking, officers of the court in order to accommodate the flood of criminal prosecution caused by the combined elements of illegal “immigration”, “diversity programs”, and political “correctness”.
As in the old song, “Dem’ Bones”, the illegal entry bone is connected to the criminal, social and economic harm in America bone, the criminal, social and economic harm bone is connected to the criminal justice system bone (which paradoxically both prosecutes and defends a “underprivileged” defendant - another blatant example of unconstitutional and unrepresentative government spending), the justice system bone is connected to justify the need for diversity and political correctness bone, that bone is connected to the politician’s wallet bone, which is connected to the falsely proclaimed and fateful premise of “growing the economy” bone, and “we all be happy all the way home”.
Except that the leftover bone is tossed to the American taxpayer. “Let them eat the leftover bone” is shouted from the top of the pyramid.
But in Economic Principle, if ever any of those bones were caused to be disconnected, such as by a severe downturn in Economic times (read your history), which is connected to jobs, which is connected to consumer spending, which is connected to taxation, all which is connected to food on the table or even health care for legal Americans, “...and the walls be tumblin’ down”.
September 28, 2004
Bruce Westcott is an Independent Candidate for President of the United States from Reno Nevada. His website can be seen at www.westcott2004.com.