30 Questions That Children Should Be Asking Their Parents About The U.S. Economy

Monday, August 22, 2011
By Paul Martin


There are a whole lot of things about the U.S. economy that don’t make any sense whatsoever. Sadly, most adults have been so programmed to accept the way that things are by years and years of relentless propaganda that they don’t even bother to question the status quo any longer. But little kids are different. Many little kids are not afraid to say the darnedest things or ask really embarrassing questions. Have you ever been in a situation where a child asks an obvious question that did not even occur to any of the adults? That happens so often because the minds of little kids have not been completely warped by the world we live in yet. They are able to see things with honesty and innocence and with fresh eyes. Well, perhaps all of us should start looking at our economy and our financial system through the eyes of little children. There are a lot of things that we have been programmed to accept that we really should be asking some hard questions about.

Do you remember the fairy tale entitled “The Emperor’s New Clothes”? All of the adults were telling the emperor how wonderful his clothes looked as he strutted about. It took a little child to proclaim that the emperor was really running around naked.

Well, things are very similar today. Our politicians, our media, the big corporations, the big Wall Street banks and our entire education system all tell us that everything is just fine. They promise that any downturns are just temporary and that things will soon be better than ever.

But are they telling us the truth?

Perhaps it is time for someone to step forward and point out that the emperor does not have any clothes on.

The following are 30 questions that children should be asking their parents about the U.S. economy….

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