To Be, Or Not To Be

by M. Quinn

In the late 1590's AD, William Shakespeare eloquently articulated a phrase through the mouth of Hamlet that should become the mantra of all conscious citizens within the boundaries of the United States of America. He stated; TO BE, OR NOT TO BE; and further raised the question.

"Is it nobler in the minds of men, to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or wiser to take up arms, against a sea of troubles by opposing them?"

Beginning with the so-called democratic voting blunder in Florida during the ‘2000 Presidential race when George W. Bush received his dubious selection into the office as the Commander and Chief by the U.S. Supreme Court, to the fiscal, economic, and political crisis of today, the United States international standing has never been in worse condition.

The American populace has repeatedly been assigned to the bottom of President Bush’s list of social, economic and political responsibilities. It strikes me as unquestionably lopsided, that the Bush Administration would fund a multi-billion dollar experiment in Iraq when so many American citizens are struggling to make their financial ends meet; and while jobs are being outsourced to foreign countries at an astounding rate.

To read more, click on "or" copy & paste the link below.

To Be, Or Not To Be:

To Be, Or Not To Be by M. Quinn

© Copyright 2005. All rights reserved. No portion of this work may be duplicated or copied without the expressed written consent of the author.

TimBookTu Logo

Return to the Table of Contents | Return to Main Page