I ran into my cousin who got himself elected to the New Hampshire legislature. Asked him how he liked it. It sucks, he said. I've a front row seat to see the destruction of everything I've ever worked for.
That sums up how a lot of us feel right now. It's like we are on a run away train heading to disaster. Not only can we not convince anyone to put the brakes on, we can't even convince them to stop shoveling coal into the boiler.
It's gonna crash, and a lot of people are going to get hurt.
At some point, most people are going to realize that the system doesn't work for them. Later, they realize it works against them. Eventually, the streets fill with protesters who've nothing to lose and they have no fear.
If it can happen in a place like Egypt, it can happen anywhere.
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