Die for the Dow


For the first time in my life, I’m actually afraid of the future because I’m too old to be of much help in doing anything about it.

Many Republican leaders are telling me that I’m a burden on the system.
I should be willing to die for the economy.
Die for the Dow, baby, die for the Dow.

I believe that the Twitler Crime Family Administration and its enablers and supporters have done so much damage to the U.S.A. and its standing in the world that the country will not recover for several generations and many decades.

Our allies will be cautious in dealing with us because, well, if it can happen once, it can happen again. Sure, Democrats can reverse the damage, but as history shows us, if any party goes too far in one direction, the opposing party ultimately takes over.

I believe the Democrats are headed for a landslide victory up and down the ballot, as evidenced in Wisconsin last week. And I believe they will restore the CDC, funding to WHO, the EPA, and all the other damage done. But then I believe they will go too far left, too fast, and eventually the Criminal Party will take over again. Wash, rinse, and repeat.

The system is broken, but the system benefits the rich, and to go into politics, you have to be rich or know how to become rich by getting people to give you money. The people who benefit from the system are not going to be the people who change the system.

The rich have seen that they don’t need expensive buildings to accomplish their crimes. They can let everyone work at home, so their employees are on the hook for office space rent, utilities, etc. In fact, it would be better if employees did not come in to an office because then all the criminal activities would not be seen by anyone except the criminals.

15 thoughts on “Die for the Dow

  1. Pit

    “I believe the Democrats are headed for a landslide victory up and down the ballot”

    But what about a different scenario, one that I fear: the deaths are really down shortly before the election, the economy is, maybe ever so slightly, picking up, and the Democrats have – because of the pandemic – not been able to do much in regards of campaigning, but – of course -Twitler has been on the front-line news all the time and can now claim success?

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      I think Twitler has pissed off too many people, such as Gold Star families, veterans, law enforcement (see Ammon Bundy, Joe Arpaio, et al.; Google “criminals pardoned by Trump”), military, and of course gays, women, blacks, immigrants, and many more. I have voted in every election since 1976, and one thing I have noticed is that the pendulum swings widely. I think you’ll going to see one Twitler sentence repeated over and over again, hopefully using Bloomberg’s billions: “No, I don’t take any responsibility at all.” The criminals take things out of context, so there’s no reason why what good for the goose is not good for the gander.


  2. Darlene Jones

    I think your analysis is too close to reality for comfort. I almost wish I didn’t have children and grandchildren to leave behind struggling in this mess. I do hope Canada will be a little better off, but really what you describe will be worrldwide,

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  3. cat9984

    I sti.l can’t believe they told people they should be willing to die for the economy. It’s not like the economy has done any favors for most of us. It will be interesting to see how many of them rush out to do something productive

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        1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

          So very true. I have noticed at Walmart and several local grocery stores that the 16-18-year-olds are out in force working their tails off since they are not in school and, I suspect, not thrilled to be at home with mom, dad, and siblings all day.

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