This video is a window into the devoid state of intellect from which many suffer.
Behold, a future American mother and wife.......
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Saturday, March 13, 2010
If we go back to expecting Americans to go shopping in a frenzy as in years past, we will sink again and perhaps lower than in the last 4 years.
So the best strategy for us to bolster employment, and grow for the next several decades is to build a manufacuring base for consumption by the Chinese consumer. China's growing middle class is still in the saving mode. Once disposable income becomes spendable, the vast population will be looking for products to buy in the same way Americans bought things during the last 10 years.
The federal government and the business community should be doing research and funding everything that leads to pandering to the Chinese consumer. American products already have a leg up status-wise, but we need to compete with Chinese companies to win over the swaths of people there ready to spend their money.
If we miss this opportunity, economic ruin will be just around the corner.
Friday, March 12, 2010
Saturday, March 6, 2010
Is it only me or is the series The Real Housewives Of.... a testament to the debased state of American women. Granted, this is reality TV which can be sometimes less real than scripted TV, but the obviously real cattiness, competitiveness, backstabbing and aggression is a window into a growing reality (no pun intended).
This series follows several cliques of spoiled, over the hill, spendthrifts from Atlanta, New York, and California. Each city series shows American women at their worst. There is no wonder why young men want nothing to do with marriage anymore.
When I was growing up, the sign of a lady was refinement and grace, not masculine aggression. That the casting people chose women in their thirties and forties was no accident. These are the women most ruined by the feminism of the 70's and 80's, but their antics are becoming more and more mainstream.
I encourage the readers of this blog to view some of these programs for educational reasons. It is very telling how these women spend their poor husbands money to soothe their aging egos.
More importantly, view the men and husbands in these programs. They are broken and defeated. Perhaps this is the biggest lesson the series offers.