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Friday, October 5, 2012

If The Price Is Right

If The Price Is Right

By David Glenn Cox
The Smirking Chimp
October 05, 2012

The United States of America was conceived in liberty and
dedicated to the proposition that everything is for sale —
if the price is right.

It is illusionary and fraudulent, it is a con job, and so, it becomes
abundantly clear that wealth equals freedom and poverty equals

It makes both political parties transparent when Willard “Mitt”
Romney says he doesn’t want government to limit his freedom.

Well, there you have it.

I went to a job interview the other day; a second interview no less,
and for a good job.

I don’t think I will get the job because there are too many hurdles
to surmount, but the sales manager said to me:

“If we call you back for a third interview we will put an offer on
the table for you to consider.”

He meant a contract, which specified all aspects of my behavior
both on and off the job.

It sounded more like a real estate closing or buying a car, but that
is exactly the point I’m getting at.

Supposedly, we live in this land with mythical unicorn freedom in
a garden of earthly delights.

But this contract, which offers a monetary figure I’d be ashamed
to publicly admit wasn’t just for my services, it was for my soul.

I do hereby purchase one human worker for the sum of $xxxx

He or she agrees to live as we prescribe under penalty of instant
and grinding poverty.

Well, it’s nice to be invited to the prom even if you can’t dance.

My income would be directly dependant on the amount of
product I sold. If I didn’t sell enough product, I would be

My goal would be to sell as much product in any earthly way

On the surface I would be a guy in slacks, a dress shirt and
shiny shoes doing the capitalist thing, selling product, baby.

Actually, I would be no different than a prostitute getting
into a car at a bus stop.

I would be selling myself for my livelihood, or more correctly,
I would be selling myself for my employer’s livelihood.

This is how Capitalism operates — surreptitiously and insidiously.

Capitalism is the carrot on the stick to encourage the little burro
to pull the wagon.

Capitalism is a juicy promise which never quite meets the
expectation; a meal which smells good but does not satisfy.

It declares we make one more sales call, unload one more truck
or drive one more mile to make someone else more money.

The most important principle of Capitalism is the silent directive,
which is neither written down nor chiseled in stone:

The people must never know the truth; they must be misled and

Seal team six killed Osama Bin Laden, but who was Osama Bin

What was the real reason Richard Nixon was removed from office?

The only thing we ever know for sure is that much of what we are
told consists of lies.

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