It took me a while to troll back through various blogs and posts therein to find this from Mostly Cajun:
The segment which sticks in my mind today is:
The gov steps up and says, “Well, folks, you won’t let us cut anything from
the National Parks and you want us to still build roads and bridges (especially
if we can use union workers and do it in big dimmocrat enclaves) and you
pointy-headed ones want to balance the budget. Well here’s the deal: We already
are taxing the snot out of the rich and it’s upsetting Hollywood stars and
professional football players and rap artists, and we STILL haven’t got enough
money for us to spend to keep ourselves elected.”
“So here’s the deal. You KNOW we really love you and respect your hard work
Keeping America Working, but you guys in the middle class, you’re gonna have to
be all patriotic and step up your contributions and investments in America’s
That’s right! Any attempt to balance the budget and cut the deficit is going
to end up dipping into the pockets of the middle class. That’s where the money’s
at. There are millions of us. You heard it from me, but if you think about it
and you aren’t a happy member of the Democrat Party, you know deep down inside
that I’m telling you the truth.
What’s bad is that a lot of people who pay no taxes in this country will
think that this is a good idea, not realizing that we’ve just about emptied the
government trough and they’re going to start sucking mud.
Now I’m not dumb, people. I don’t expect obama to call a presser, step up to
the podium and announce this as three talking points off his teleprompter. Nope,
there’s going to be a crisis. Maybe several. Think a little domestic terrorism.
Maybe a conveniently timed hurricane or tornado outbreak. There’ll be something
to slide into the news cycle for his complicit toadies in the mainstream media
to play with before obama stands before the nation and wrings his hands and
Now I add this from shtfplan.com via Western Rifle Shooters http://westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com/
"Know that the Bad People will false-flag on this vector..."
In 2007 the National Academy of Sciences completed an extensive review of the national power grid infrastructure in a 164 page report titled Terrorism and the Electric Power Delivery System. In it the NAS detailed a wide array of physical, personnel and cyber vulnerabilities that could pose a significant risk to the national security of the United States.
Even though the report was originally written for public release, notes Madison Ruppert of End the Lie, the entire document was almost immediately classified by the Department of Homeland Security and hasn’t seen the light of day until this week. That release came after five years of committee reviews, reversals, deliberations and pressure from the Academy itself.
The contents of the report make it clear why DHS wanted to keep it out of public view, as it illustrates severe deficiencies within the whole of the national power grid infrastructure.
So serious are the problems, that a coordinated attack by just a few people in just a few critical components could wreak such havoc that the effects would be measured in hundreds of billions of dollars and thousands of lives:
Perhaps I'll go and buy that generator before the New Year...and some large fuel storage drums....