There is a lot to talk about today first and foremost is the death of Steve Jobs. What a great example of a man who decided to make a difference. Steve left a legacy not unlike Walt Disney. His contribution will be talked about , like Walt, for generations. It's a sobering reminder that life is a dash and we don't know where the finish line is. It's important we live a life of significance, and do it in a timely manner. Only God knows when we'll be called home so remember to prioritize your list, and move the big rocks first. Rest in peace Steve, our prayers go out to your family.
Now our country is facing a protest nationwide by individuals who are angry. It's unclear exactly what they are angry about, but they seem to be pointing their fingers at Wall Street and those who work there. About the only thing for sure we know is these people are mad. What fuels this anger? Fear! They aren't certain about our economy, they don't know if they'll be able to support themselves, and they are having all of this inflamed by a liberal faction that is hell bent on the destruction of this country's foundation. Exactly the same group that cause all the chaos in the 1960, just all grown up and in positions of influence. They've ginned up the mob and are pointing fingers at Wall Street and the banks. They've inspired people without jobs, suspect basic grooming habits, and the inability to reason for themselves to assemble like sheep and bah.The problem being most of them are clear on what they are bahing about. Most of the people they are trying to make villains out of, are simply employees trying to make a living and feed their families.
When did it become a crime to become successful in America? The reason the liberal faction, supported by union community organizing hates capitalism, (the capitalism that supports the union itself), and wants to level the playing field for all, just like any good communist, is that those people cannot compete in the arena of ideas. If you can't play the game, it's best to try to change the rules!
Today we memorialize Steve Jobs, a capitalist. His I-pads, I-phones, I-tunes, Pixar creations are all a strong presence in today's society. Anybody care to wager how many of those disgruntled protesters are using some or all of those products? They hate capitalism but thrive on the innovation it brings. It's shameful this display by people who are taught what to think, not how to think.