We’re all for walks down memory lane, but in this post we’re looking into the future. Here’s our take on what it might be like in 2018.
If they passed the bailout as is the headlines might look like this-
Lawmakers justify the new $20 a gallon gasoline tax by saying people aren’t buying it.
Congress had declared they won’t rest until they pass a $17 trillion bailout of the government run mortage industry. Leaders say the fault lies with ungrateful mortage holders.
Citizens can no longer get home insurance because of fires started by candles used to heat their homes in winter. Congress is funding a study on the energy crisis.
China demands New York City as partial payment on money owed them by government.
If, as some suggested, they passed a modified bailout that gave $500,000 to every citizen the headlines might look like this-
Congress working on a bailout for the 75 million Americans who have declared bankruptcy.
Lawmakers shocked after five year study shows some citizens spent their bailout money on drugs, alcohol and/or hookers.
Congress to investigate several million people who saved their money, and will prosecute them accordingly.
Businesses complain they can’t find anyone to work. The President vows to have Congress look into why.
If Congress did away with the capitol gains tax and went with a 12% flat tax and less government headlines might read-
Congress announces another crisis because the citizens have too much money.
Congress working on proposal to raise flat tax to forty percent for our own good.
Citizen’s upset over rasie in gas prices to $2.05 a gallon.
Russia asks America for loan.
And some just general headlines that might happen-
Entire population of Michigan’s Upper Penninsula eaten by wolves on endangered species list.
Al Gore claims recent frigid weather in Florida is proof of global warming.
Cancer rates are up due to exposure to electric powered cars.
Rowboats are illegal to use on all lakes so as not to disturb the algae.
An armed unit of civilian militia storms Congress. Three Congressmen faint, six wet their pants, eighteen deny prior knowledge, and one said he voted for it before he voted against it.
That’s our look into the future. Feel free to comment on this or just about anything else.