It comes as little surprise to me that, precisely as I predicted, Obama’s reaction to our crashing economy is to add another trillion+ in national debt by giving us another “stimulus package”. In fact, so eager is he to further sink our economy that he can’t even wait until he’s sworn in. How any sane person can believe these packages are a good idea is beyond me. It’s like giving a drowning person a brick – it gives him something to hold onto, but it sends him to the bottom that much faster. Click on the link below for real, genuine ideas to save the economy:
But until we get a president with a clue, I’ll take my check, and I’ll let Obama buy me a chicken coop. We’re designing it right now, and planning the breeds of chickens to buy through www.mypetchicken.com Besides the standard-sized egglayers, we’re getting a few Silkie Bantams. These chickens are an amazingly bizarre breed with a history – they were brought over from China by Marco Polo.
And they are so cute. I think they look like miniature gryphons.
Real eggs, as opposed to those sickly and tasteless store-bought imitations, bug and slug control, free manure for my garden, and affectionate new pets that love to lap-sit and snuggle – you can’t deny that chickens are awesome.
So good luck to you, Mr. Obama. Thanks for the hen house, and it’ll be interesting to see what happens once everyone realizes you’re already begun breaking your campaign promises, before you’re even in office. That has to be some kind of record.
Change. Remember that word, Mr. Obama? Change means doing something different, not just to just keeping repeating the previous administration’s mistakes. At least in my back yard, though, the results of your “stimulus” will be crap that’s actually beneficial to my garden.
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He can keep the change. I’ll keep my chickens until the new Ag Secretary enacts a law against backyard chickens.