Trump’s Border Wall Tantrum
Most Average American’s Don’t Give a F*&k!
By: Cristal M Clark
Yesterday, I walked around downtown Denver asking everyone that I saw about how they felt with regards to all of these unpaid Federal Workers, who by the way are not getting paid tomorrow unless something really last minute is done.
All but two individuals out of roughly 175 don’t have any sympathy for those going without paychecks. This this morning on CNN I saw an interview with some of these unpaid federal workers who said things like “this is unacceptable,” “I just bought a house and will be unable to make my first payment.”
If you just secured a loan and purchased a house and did not already have the money needed to make your first payment saved, you’re and idiot.
That really does say something about our Federal employee’s in this nation doesn’t it?
If you have to be on the telephone with them, they will behave so much better than the caller, but now, that the tables are turned, the truth in its entirety is really coming to the forefront.
The problem is, sure you work for the Federal Government and the average American has at least at one time or another had to deal with on some level a Federal employee and to us, you are lazy and already were not earning your paycheck in the first place.
It’s been in the news for weeks that most American’s really could care less if Federal Workers aren’t getting paid.
Ask anyone who felt and I mean really felt the recession back in 2008 how they feel about the unpaid Federal Workers right now and you might be hard pressed to really find a bleeding heart as many who lost jobs, lost everything they ever had along with those job losses.
And anytime they had to reach out to anyone at any level of our beloved government, no pity, empathy, understanding, or the slightest care about any of those individuals was every expressed by any average government worker.
In fact, it was Obama who plead, fought and demanded that the vast majority of those unemployed American’s be given unemployment extensions until the economy was better.
As long as people are not being forced to work without pay, and it does not hit our military, I say let it go on as long as it takes.
Cristal M Clark