Middle-class? Entrepreneurs? Long Gone!

Monday, October 25, 2010
By Paul Martin

J. Speer-Williams
PPJ Gazette

With the US family farmer, the Banking Cartel called in their equipment loans and farm mortgages, while they had their Dept. of Agriculture pull their price supports on commodities, like milk. I know how this scam was pulled off, as I owned a small dairy farm at that time.

Like swans of legend, our once esteemed American entrepreneurs sing their final, beautiful Swan Song before they just fade away, thus tearing open the heart of our country.

Our unsung entrepreneurial heroes of America are no longer part of the national discourse, even though they were the ones who built our affluent middle-class, and helped so many of us to achieve the great American Dream.

Without a return of our small business owners and family farmers, the American Dream will be forever lost.

Entrepreneurs started and finished things, things that built an affluent and viable middle-class society, something the world has seen very little of.

The small businesses and family farms that made America the envy of the world, were largely made up of a dynamic, rugged, bright, hard-working lot of entrepreneurs, who fought for the common hope of us all: the American Dream.

The Rest…HERE

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