Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Hi, Im Brit Hume with Faux News. Greed is good!

so tornados came within a few miles of my home in the Okie Zone
and then I think ive got insurance this time
and think what is the point of investing all this $
when  a tornado could take it away
and they put the home up for demolition
unless its fixed...
this is how the Okies handle disasters I guess
where does the govt actually help
and all of our tax money
that I owe...
instead the powers that be
just want the tax money go to big oil companies
and to fight wars so that they can the last oil in the ground~!
and ignorant folks keep voting for the Neocon way...
which is bankrupt our govt and
then we will have to pay for everything just to park ourselves and live
if u dont pay taxes for oil companies, we will take your vehicles and homes away!
and these big companies will just be taking our serf wages in taxes
since they will own our govts when we have the new world order!!
pp pass...

"A plantation economy is an economy which is based on agricultural mass production, usually of a few staple products grown on large farms called plantations. Plantation economies rely on the export of cash crops as a source of income. Prominent plantation crops included cotton, rubber, sugar cane, tobacco, figs, rice, kapok, sisal and indigo. The longer a crop's harvest period, the more efficient plantations are. Scale economies are also achieved by long distances to markets and reduction in the crop's size. Plantation crops also differ in that they need processing immediately after harvesting. Sugar, tea sisal and palm oil are most suited to plantations, coconuts, rubber and cotton to a lesser extent.[1]

Regions with plantation economies have usually been in the southern United States, South America, the Caribbean, and Africa. Fordlândia is a 20th century example[2] of a plantation economy. Plantation economies are also historically associated with slavery, particularly in the Americas. Plantation economies usually benefit the large countries to which they are exporting, which usually manufacture the raw materials grown on the plantations into goods which are then traded back to the plantation economy. Throughout most of history, the countries receiving the crops have usually been in Western Europe.

"Unless the Lord builds the house, the builders labor in vain.

Unless the Lord watches over the city, the guards stand watch in vain.

In vain you rise early and stay up late,

toiling for food to eat

for he grants sleep only to those he loves."

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