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written by BETTY W. on

Heard your program for the first time today. Thank you for the courage to stand up to political correct words, and ideas. I wholeheartedly agree with you on the demise of taking responsibility for OURSELVES as a requirement for life. I am 70. I lived at the poverty level all my life. I was married 7 years, 4 children later, HE decided he married too young, had too much responsibility too young, couldn’t ‘live it up’ now, and left. I was thrown on welfare… in those days, it wasn’t even poverty income, house payment, food stamps, scrimped to make meals, had a garden for fresh food, canned, froze, and if not for that we would have just about starved. NO programs available to retrain, as computers arrived, I had to go back to school. I finally got off, only to lose medical for kids, I now am semi-retired, still needing to work as my retirement check, social security does not pay all the bills. Time the rest of the younger population gets a good dose of reality and when their freebies are gone, they will be mental messes! My kids learned the meaning of work, are productive adults with families. They also are fed up with the current status of this country. Keep up your good work!

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Dianne talked about…

  • Why does everyone live under pressure? Most Americans are sick because they don’t deal with responsibility in a proper way—they wait until pressure rules their lives. Being prepared in every way is ultimately freeing.
  • I was thinking the other day about what is real independence… and I concluded that while some people do love independence, a majority of people have become lazy and would rather have no choices in life—like in WALL-E, the super-obese, floating, fat blobs that rotate instead of moving to get anything.
  • I had a wonderful debate with an African American lady who defined what “Brown Bagger” meant.