Rich American thanks you for you blind devotion and total misunderstanding of the world and the Constitution. While we are having one of the best years in history, the majority of Americans are feeling the pain. WHO Cares, we don't. You lazy people need to get busy and build some more mansions for the special people to live in. Don't expect a living wage, we just can't afford it."America needs all of us to leave here tonight, renewed in our spirit and determination to turn this country forward to the future. I wonít say turn it around because yesterday is gone, so we must all focus on defining the themes for the future and lead the people to it.
"My remarks tonight are my own, and donít necessarily reflect those of News Corporation, Rupert Murdoch or Fox. I will say, however, that I didnít give up my citizenship to create and run a news organization. I speak here with the highest authority and title anyone could ever aspire to -- citizen of the United States.
"We must stop waving our extended arms in an effort to balance ourselves as we tiptoe along the edges of the Constitution, in an effort not to upset weak-kneed appeasers, with our unflinching belief in the ideas and principles that made our country different and yes, great!
"Are we losing America to the inevitable onrushing tides of history? No. But we are in a storm, the mast is broken, the compass is barely functioning, and there is a big damned hole in the boat!
"We have allowed ourselves to be manipulated by others, many of whom want to impose their culture and laws under the manufactured utopian idea that all cultures are equal and most are better than Americaís. Of course all people should be proud of their heritage. They should teach their children to be proud of their history and traditions.
"Immigrants will always be welcome here. But America is a culture, too."
From the liberal media, we don't let conservatives watch it for a
reason!! They might just figure out what's really going on.
"A study from Altos Research, the Mountain View, Calif., real estate research firm, found that inventory in the nation's 90 wealthiest ZIP codes fell 15 percent over the past year, slightly faster than the broader market.
In those areas, inventory is down more than 50 percent. In a swanky part of Carmel, Calif., inventory fell 76 percent in the last year. There were only four homes left on the market priced at $1 million or more as of the end of May, according to Altos.
In Palm Beach, Fla., the number of $1 million-plus homes has plunged by 70 percent, falling from 89 to 26. And in the Old Greenwich, Conn. ZIP code, there are only 10 homes left priced at $1 million or more, down 58 percent, according to Altos"
They are all paid for, NOW that's what America is all about!!Your home worth half what you paid for it, you just didn't work smart, so you deserve what you get.