Water poured through a hundred holes but everyone was too distracted to care. Instead, they enjoyed food and entertainment and made fun and exciting plans for the future.
The leaks could have easily been fixed, but no one took the initiative until it was too late. In the end, everyone had to jump into freezing waters while clinging to the money they had so carefully preserved.
Even a small percentage of that treasure would have paid to save the ship and voyage, but instead the extra weight of it only contributed to the passengers rapid decent into their watery grave. All of their optimistic plans went down with them.
Our nation is sinking fast, and most Americans are more concerned about their “bucket lists” than saving the ship. Don’t we realize that if the boat sinks, everything that we are working so hard at, businesses, ministries, and even families and fun will sink with it?
Wouldn’t it be better to allocate more of our attention to dangerous leaks now so as not to regret our apathy later? It’s not too late to save the dreams so many of our youth have, but we must take action quickly before it is too late. The shipping company will not save us. The captain is asleep. The staff is too busy. This is up to each and every one of us!
We are one election away from 90% death taxes that will take the hard earned savings of good people and use them to fund abortions and other “benefits” that tax-payers would find abhorrent. We must do everything we can to prevent this from happening to even one dollar of our wealth.