Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Farmers, Assembly Workers, Whores & Lawyers

Farmers produce the food we need and some we only want; Assembly workers produce our autos (Buy American!) and the many other things we need and want; Medical staff output is less concrete, but healing is both needed and useful; Hotel workers (Hire ONLY citizens and legal immigrants!) do useful work in meeting our needs; Even whores provide a service (And STDs!) which some appear to want---If not need.

For the most part, what do attorneys "produce"? Well, as legislators (Most such are attorneys) they produce laws---Which they are hired to interpret as judges, consultants, etc.. In some way they help maintain paper industries; But, their "production" can not be eaten or used to shelter us from the elements or provide joy-or-pleasure (Who, other than some very greedy people, ever gets such from attorneys?).

Oh yes---Some maintain that lawyers protect the innocent and defend the rights of all (In many cases threatened only by the actions of other attorneys). Yet, what part of this nation's wealth is used for such laudable causes and what in self-serving "lawyer business", the generation of fees for illusions being the primary thrust of too many (Most?) law firms.

It might be well to reflect on the fact that attorneys rule (And, misrule by tyranny) our courts, dominate our legislative bodies and are well on the way to controlling, by overly complex laws and regulations, our governments' executive branches.

In fact, you might ask what part of our GNP is actually the empty production of law firms as opposed to such very advanced (And "under attorneyed") nations as Japan or the newest, 5,000 pound gorilla in the world's economy, mainland China?

As for myself and whenever all other factors are more-or-less equal, I always vote for a non-attorney VS. a lawyer. I encourage all to do the same!

For the good of the nation, we should really pass US and State constitutional amendments which would (Five-years after passage) forbid any attorney from being a member of the Congress or State Legislatures.

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