Seven years of plenty, seven years of famine

I don’t claim to be a prophet of God, but just as God put Joseph (Genesis 41) in a position to prepare for seven years of famine, coming after seven years of plenty, now is your time of plenty, because the famine is most assuredly coming.

Be sure and go to the article and read the statistics on layoffs and business closings since the elections.

Economic Disintegration is Almost Here

“Decline  is a slow process, until it becomes fast. It is not easy to see at  first.”

Dan Amoss correctly described what is  happening as a result of Washington’s overbearing involvement in the  economy:

All  government-directed economic activity grows at the expense of the private  sector. And the election suggests that government coercion will drive even more  U.S. economic activity in the future. This is a shame, because freely adjusting  prices, competition, and innovation elevate living standards. Mandates, price  controls, and subsidies – coercive actions – depress living standards. Quality  falls. Shortages develop and persist.

Mr.  Amoss is correct but does not forcefully convey the reality of a dying economy.  These effects are beginning to appear.

Many  businessmen hung on, hoping for a change in the madness that passes for economic  leadership and policy. These hopes were dashed with the re-election of the  ideologue driving the madness. Obama won the electoral college, but not the  confidence of business. They are just beginning to cast their votes and it does  not bode well for the future…”

American Thinker

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