Talk about a flash from the past

My friend Jenny sent me this cartoon from the 1930’s – gives one pause, I must say.

 

What do you think, is history repeating itself?

Writer Chick

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2 thoughts on “Talk about a flash from the past

  1. It wasn’t true then and it isn’t true now. Like the Great Depression, though, Republican policies are to blame.

    Wow, what a compelling argument – it’s not true because I say it’s not true? Have you read any history books at all? Okay, well, here’s my argument – yes it is true, as evidenced by American history. If not for WWII, America would never have survived the great depression created by Roosevelt and his cronies. I do have a book I’d like to recommend. Check it out.

    Thanks for dropping by.

    Writer Chick

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    1. Roosevelt created the Great Depression? That’s a new one! 🙂 And Obama created the current Great Recession! Whoooooot, whooooot! 🙂

      As far as reading some drivel written by a religious nut and member of the John Birch society, I prefer my history to be reality based.

      First of all, I didn’t say anything about Obama. Secondly, if you had a cogent argument or even an actual point of view, I might be interested in engaging. But clearly your only purpose in commenting here is to flame and spam.

      You know I have friends who are liberals and democrats and they don’t spew this kind of stuff at me, nor I at them. We don’t agree politically but we can engage in a debate without attacking and belittling each other. You may want to consider that attacking a person and trying to degrade them is not a real effective approach if you have a goal of some sort of understanding or want to persuade them to your point of view. Although, based on your comments I don’t believe you are trying to persuade me – but rather you are just trying to blast out of existence something you don’t like.

      Thanks for dropping by –

      Writer Chick

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