Sunday, March 11, 2007

Not too much going on around here....

Most of the news is even the same old thing.

There is one little tidbit,,, Arkansas folks have been getting a tad wound up about the lack of concern from those FEMA folks. It would seem that since most of the folks down Dumas, Arkansas way actually work for a living, rather than sitting around on their posteriors waiting for the gub-ment handouts, they're not likely to get too awful much of the diaster help, that I would have thought to be desperately needed, from Bush and his cronies. Never mind that's it's these same folks, who've had their homes and businesses completely wiped out due to those tornadoes that roared through awhile back, who are paying their shares into the gub-ment coffers on a more than regular basis.

It's enough to make you want to quit work and start picking up aluminum cans for a living.

6 comments:

Joe said...

It's the same old story, "the wheel that squeaks the loudest!"

jerri said...

Just wanted to let you know Dempsy MOcha Mallard did great her first night here. She buddied up with Bucko and he even let her have the dog house and he slept on his welcome mat just outside the door of the dog house LOL AWWWW she really likes him. she didn't whine at all

mreddie said...

It can leave one with a sense of hopelessness - good thing spring is on the way to build us back up with its natural beauty. ec

cassie-b said...

amazing, isn't it? I've never gotten something for nothing. I guess I don't know the right people or live in the right (or wrong) place. Don and I work for everything we have.

Cas
And I think that's the right way.

Sally said...

It seems like those who actually have worked the hardest, have the least. It's downright nauseating. The government these days, I mean, really how many of those decision makers have fallen on hard times in their lives. They have no idea. I was really looking forward to be getting an actual "retirement" check from my workdays until I found out HALF would be going for supplement medicare!

Okay, rant over! :)

Brent said...

Honestly, I don't think any of us can depend on the federal government anymore. We're on our own.