Judy and I have never seen eye to eye on the role of government. She is the classic example of an Obama voter. Our differences have divided us deeply....to this day.
One such example....
I remember when my mom was alive and there was a massive shortage in America of flu vaccines. I was standing on my porch listening to her rant about how "old" people didn't deserve the shot. I was stunned. This sister of mine, who is 10 years older than me, was basically saying her mother didn't deserve a flu shot. That my friends, was the last time I talked to her. I couldn't believe my ears. And that girl, who always found money to pay for keeping up the looks, never could find money to come see Mom while she was alive. I begged her. I even promised to stay away from mama's nursing home if she would just come visit. But Judy never found the time nor money. Mom died 4 years ago this week. I heard Judy visited the grave two days after the funeral.
Good ol' sis worked at the Social Security Administration for 30 years and retired making $80,000 a year. "All for me and none for all". Why would she vote for fiscal responsibility in government? She made a living off of me and you. She loathes the makers in society. She hated Jesse Helms and swayed over Clinton. And knowing her history, she's probably barely making it and using an Obama phone.
I feel inclined to keep warning the people what's coming down the pipe. Obamacare will cure some ills in society. It will cure the "love of government" for some. And pretty quickly. Some will never learn nor accept reality. Just wait until those seniors that voted for Obama because they were scared of losing their benefits realize what they have done. Dear seniors...if there's no money to take from us, you'll lose anyway. Essentially you voted against the workers of America. Atlas has shrugged for sure.
But sometimes you know, it just doesn't do any good. So what will be, will be. Don't blame me. I voted for prosperity, not poverty.
And to that end, I bring to my dear sister, Judy, and the rest that voted for Obama a thank you note from Eileen. She speaks for many of us who didn't drink the koolaid.
From American Thinker: