According to Webster: “poor.” adj. (In context) Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.
The bottom line, criminals and corrupt politicians don’t care what color their victims are.
In full campaign mode, granted all politicians make promises that have slim to no “chance” of seeing the light of day.
Albeit when it comes to Barack Obama and his proclivity for making idle promises, and/or lying, history provides that few are in Barack Obama’s league.
As I truly enjoy “reality and truth,” the first folks that came to settle in America, (were not Americans), they were Spanish and French and British and Norwegian and so on and so on, none of which came to this continent to become Americans, they simply came here to be free, and/or, to escape (tyranny and inequality).
One of my categorical favorite time tested and true idioms, and/or, expressions is…
“Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes.”
Which is a “Latin phrase” from “Aeneid” (II, 49), authored by Virgil between 29 and 19 B.C.
It has been “paraphrased” in English as the proverb, …
“BEWARE OF GREEKS BEARING GIFTS”.
Its literal meaning is; “I fear the Danaans, and/or, [Greeks], especially those bearing gifts.”
Which is indeed a (suitable) translation for the progressive (brainwashed) victims of academia in 21st Century America!
It categorically and literally means that you need to “beware” of (anyone) offering you something for nothing.”
Because, in the real world, there is…
..no Free Lunch !
An idiom, and/or, expression “passed by tradition” from one generation to the next by responsible parents.
Working sponsors independence…
According to Webster: “in·de·pend·ent,” (in context) adj. Not determined or influenced by someone or something else; not contingent.
Government subsidies sponsor dependency…
(Signing to increase food stamp distribution).
According to Webster: “de·pend·ent,” (in context) Relying on or requiring the aid of another for support.
Egomania is a product of socialism.
Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow