CommentsAlan, In a conversation with an individual who had traveled across the States of North Dakota and Montana to finally arrive in Seattle, he commented that going past all those fields of wheat was so boring that he could hardly stand it.
To me there is little in nature to compare to the beauty of a gentle breeze wafting over the ripe wheat fields so that those fields of gold are covered with gentle waves traveling across the fields.
The hawk glides quietly over those fields with his eyes scanning the ground below those golden crowns to find a rodent scampering there. Off in the distance we see the clouds which look like a majestic mountain range and the sun beating down on the pavement in front of us gives us the aberration of a Semi floating in the air as it approaches us.
If that is boring, I surely treasure boredom.
Enter the “Omniscient” ones from DC so that they can use the government to sustain their theft of the profits due the farmers who grow those crops. I wonder how many realize that DC has taxed those wheat fields to the point that it is DC who takes a majority of the profit and their miscreant lackeys steal almost the very last penny of profit which remains.
Those farmers are Creators of wealth, and if DC destroys those farmers through DC's innumerable regulations, they will literally destroy that creation of wealth. I have never met a bureaucrat who can do a decent job of running a business, and the bureaucrats of Russia have clearly demonstrated that and the people starved. Is their destruction just DC stupidity or is it their intent to destroy the wheat farmers?
Posted by JohnMinn on 06/08 at 06:42 AM | #
Wheat and World Politics
Posted by Alan Caruba on Jun 7, 2012 at 06:00 PM
America is a major wheat producing nation and it contributes billions to our economy
We normally gauge the politics and actions of nations on whether they are having economic problems and whether they are threatening their neighbors or their citizens, but there is another measurement and it is the import and export of wheat because it is a vital component of food for billions of people around the world.More...
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