This Is our Village

Thursday, March 7, 2013


 If some people are so dissatisfied with our community, they do have a choice... After all, this is America, at least for now, it's still a free country. 
We still have some rights, and one of them is a right to live where ever you choose. Don't like where you live? You can always move. 
They even have the right to file frivolous lawsuits against themselves (that is since they are members of this community). 
Since Filing a class action suit (would seem to me at least), benefit a lot of people, then why do the vast majority oppose it? Simple. The only one benefiting from this is the lawyers that charge big fees. Okay, say they win, and as they say, each resident gets a whole fifty dollars...WOW...fifty bucks! But it may cost us hundreds in the long run. Insurance rates will go up, and that's if they don't cancel it, legal fees will be ridiculously stupid. 
I just don't understand the reasoning behind this. 
Want change? Run for office. Run for president. Can't win? Run for Vice President. Still can't win? Do something constructive with your time. This course of action is destructive. Destructive to the people that came here to retire and enjoy their golden years. 
I don't know how long I will have on this earth, but one thing is for sure, I want to make the most of what time I have left. 
Want to fight about something? Join the NAACP and fight for the rights of blacks, join the JDL and fight for the rights of Jews, fight for the rights of the heroes coming back from Iraq and Afganistan, so they can have a job and not have to live on the street or beg on a corner... Do something. Something constructive, something that when you go to bed at night, you can turn to your God and say, I hope I made you proud today. If you want to be a leader, then lead. 
There are some people in the village that just need to lead, follow, or the the heck out of the way! Which one will you be?


  1. The latter part of a wise man's life is taken up in curing the follies, prejudices, and false opinions he had contracted in the former.
    Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) Discuss

  2. No lawsuit filed by Karpf and Solomon will ever get through a court. There is no there there.


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