Thursday, June 23, 2011

Difficult to keep up with things


As the heat get slowly turned up on our green friend here it reminds me that we too are getting slowly boiled. The rights we once had are gradually turning to a vapor cloud like a splash of water on the desert ground. Yet as of late the heat seems to have been cranked up to broil in an effort to squeeze the last drops of monetary value out of the masses. Weren't slaves treated better in days past? At least they got medical treatment when needed. All hail the grand (fill in your own image of the fat and greedy). He has come to steal provide you with more by giving all you own to our wealthy benefactors. Once we have gained all you own then and only then can we start creating the jobs you so desperately need. Jobs like aged removal expert a position in high demand once we rid the land of any low priced medical care. We'll get rid of the pesky and costly old and disabled folk that keep sucking the life blood out of the privileged class. Bring Out Your Dead Inc. will be in need of some strong backs. One to pull the cart and at least two to carry the bodies. And what's left after the last cents have been sucked from a retirement account? Oh right, almost forgot the funeral. Well since he had nothing left the funeral costs will have to be covered by donating the body to the local university for study. Then and only then can the body be processed and not to be a complete waste could be used to provide electricity. So much cheaper than having to transport coal. Now if only we can figure out how to make a profit on the ashes?

4 comments:

Randal Graves said...

Demeur's a witch!

S.W. Anderson said...

And on that cheery note . . . let's all consider migrating to Australia, or somewhere.

an average patriot said...

Sounds like a plan! Seriously just imagine how bad it will get if Republicans had a free hand to do what they wanted.

The Blog Fodder said...

Bring Out Your Dead, Inc. Awesome idea for a new business. Franchise, even.
Ashes are high in phosphorus. Good for fertilizer. The ashes from the "ovens" in Poland and Ukraine were ground and used for fertilizer in WWII.