skye's comment history

skye said...

I agree with chet123. The public is easily led and manipulated to act against their own best interests. The Republican party protects the interests of the wealthy and the corporate world, but by pairing patriotism and God with the Republican party, the wool is pulled over their eyes. I laugh when the majority of downwardly mobile people become riled about the very idea of taxing the wealthiest 1% of the country (at their own expense), while Wall St. and the corporate world are stripping this country of workers rights seeing how much further they can push people down without them objecting. Throw around a scary word "Socialist" when you want to get rid of teachers and public education. Call services and enough workers to police corporations for compliance, or to over see whether children are abused in homes, etc. the "nanny state". Scare the foolish public into believing nonsense while society continues to become unraveled, while the middle class slides into obscurity and the wealthiest classes piles of cash rise. Will people wake up or continue in a stupor to not rally for their own interests? We shall see.

October 25, 2011 at 11:39 p.m.
skye said...

Thank you for your informative article and highlighting the issue of homelessness, putting a face and humanizing these people who have addictions, biological brain disorders,etc. which result in their being lost in this society which often seems so uncaring and so unkind. I remember walking across the Walnut St. bridge and saying hello to what appeared to be a homeless man sitting on one of the benches. You could almost see a light in his eyes for just having someone not look past him as though he were invisible. Sadly, this is the stance that many people take as they just accept homelessness as a "normal" state of being and these people as being dehumanized and not worthy of notice.

October 10, 2011 at 1:12 p.m.
skye said...

The mega-wealthy have always made their bucks on the backs of struggling workers. The reason companies decided to hightail it to India and China is because they could buck human rights laws, work people under conditions not allowed in this country and pay them pennies on the dollar. At the same time, they had no concern about the plight of their loyal workers in this country and the decimation of our manufacturing base here. As we are seeing the fruits of this greedy practice, now our country is falling like a house of cards while greedy execs still sit on piles of dough and think of reasons they shouldn't have to pay up their taxes. I have no compassion for them and neither should any citizen in this country. It's time we have laws and services to support individual taxpayers and corporations should grow a conscience about the merit of their workers instead of the size of their wallets.

January 28, 2009 at 7:49 p.m.
skye said...

Does anyone know how roads are going from Chatt to middle tennessee, across Monteagle, on I24 this morning?

January 28, 2009 at 9:10 a.m.
skye said...

Tears of joy for a great day and a new beginning of HOPE for recovery from damage done from the past 8 years of abuse we have seen from the oil baron administration which ran roughshod over our constitution and thought nothing to sacrifice the lives of our brave soldiers for an unjust war. As Obama says, it is up to us as citizens to step up and work toward making it a better country and not succumbing to the narrow minded toxic people who would use hate and fear to separate us and divert us and thwart our abilities to achieve a better country for us all. Stand up for a better America, people, this is your chance to grow.

January 20, 2009 at 7:23 p.m.

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