IDOL WORSHIP AND 'VICARIOUS LIVING' IN THE FIGHT INTO 'WHITE SPACE' - IS NOT 'BLACK GOVERANCE'

IDOL WORSHIP AND 'VICARIOUS LIVING' IN THE FIGHT INTO 'WHITE SPACE' - IS NOT 'BLACK GOVERANCE'
IF YOU CAN'T COMPEL 'YOUR IDOL' TO BE BOUND TO 'MUTUALLY AGREED UPON PRINCIPLES' AS A CONDITION OF 'TRIBAL MEMBERSHIP' - THEN DO NOT BE SURPRISED THAT YOU YIELD YOUR 'SPIRIT OF DISCERNMENT' THAT PRODUCES 'GOVERANCE' OUT TO THE INDIVIDUAL WHO ATTRACKS THE MOST 'DOLLARS' AT THE 'STRIPPER POLE' KNOWN AS AMERICAN POLITICS

Friday, December 25, 2009

Southern States Continue To Gain In Population Count - Rust Belt States Shrink

Census says migration to South, West is slowing

This would be good news except that "Yankees" are departing their eroded states and bringing their ways with them.  I can't quite get how one can depart from their home cities in which they struggled economically and come to a place that they say is "country and backward" but which offers them more opportunity.   Thus they work feverishly to change their new home, making it ominously more like the one they departed.

None of this comes as any surprise.  At the local level there has been political takeover of local entities and then emigration to surrounding towns when the "utopia" that was built up was not as exiting as the struggle toward such an end.  Now having settled an entire region (the Northeast) many people are heading South to lend us their brilliance.  

At least some of them need to stay put and repair what they have brilliantly rendered.



4 comments:

JTG said...

For the first time in more than 20 yrs, Massachusetts residents (Massholes) haven't fled the state.

Greg L said...

CF,

I couldn't help but to laugh as I read your commentary about the relocating Yankees.

The Great Recession will definitely cause massive relocation as people seek more favorable economic climes. Look for massive out migration from California as well as it teeters on financial collapse. California accounts for about 13% of US GDP and their collapse will not be without consequence for the rest of us.

idoitforthapeople said...

I honestly wonder what do you expect people who are without jobs or opportunity are to do. If you look a cities like Detroit and states like Ohio who's industrialization helped shape America (which inherently shaped the southern region as well)current conditions, where these mega corporations have shut down shop and imported the jobs to foreign land and left the people to scramble to find resources to take care of their families, the South brings about new opportunity and prosperity. If you conservative zealots wouldn't be so hell bent on changing people to match their views and ways and let people be who they are and welcome them into your communities...we could probably all get along together...

Constructive Feedback said...

[quote]where these mega corporations have shut down shop and imported the jobs to foreign land and left the people to scramble to find resources to take care of their families, the South brings about new opportunity and prosperity[/quote]

Press Secretary:

Before I leave this Earth - my goal is to DEVELOP NEW LANGUAGE that more accurately defines more of the forces at hand in the Rust Belt areas.

You accurately document the closure of the very corporations who's "consumption of labor" triggered an influx of people to work the abundant jobs.

What you don't seem to talk about is the demands from ORGANIZED LABOR which drove the cost of production up at these places.

Most of them started production while Europe and Japan were "smoldering holes in the ground". As these regions came back on-line and global competition rose organized labor resisted the necessary readjustments that was necessary to allow their employers to compete.

You and others like to make the case of "corporate greed". For some reason the notion of "organized labor greed" has not made it into your lexicon yet.