Migrants come to America for more reasons than a vacation.
They run from oppression but are simultaneously dream chasin’.
They’ll pack up everything and leave their homes vacant in their former nation
Believing that the American Dream is up for the taking.
I can’t fault anybody for seeking a life greater than the one they currently live.
But if you ask me, America…has…nothing…to…give!!!
This is just another place where people run the rat race.
The fact that the American Dream is still perpetuated is a disgrace.
Take a look at our circumstances….
Our economy’s constant recession means there’s been no financial advancement.
Compared to our recent past America’s dollar is a fraction.
And it seems the only increasing dollar value.. are taxes.
Allow me to get grammatically incorrect, that’s just what the facts is.
Maybe as a nation we couldn’t uphold the standard or we simply relaxed it.
People’s income bypasses as something that’s gastric,
Meaning cash finances were sucked out and was replaced by plastic
Discover card, Master card, American Express
What I’ve discovered is that America masters expressed debt.
As for the solution, that’s something America hasn’t expressed yet
but im certain it can’t be fixed with a stimulus check.
The American Dream was founded on the principle of Entrepreneurship.
A great principle that has since turned in to manure, shit.
Only a few new businesses succeed, you can Google it.
And once you achieve that.. youll understand how Google did.
But this isn’t about Google, let’s focus on mom and pop.
What’s the reason their “mom and pop” shop flopped?
Answer: with goods ‘made in China’, Wal-Mart is now a one stop shop
Where you can get anything you need for all 24 hours on the clock.
Entrepreneurship means creating a business and working for yourself.
Instead, the majority of American’s work for somebody else.
With that being said, the American Dream is something I’ll choose to sleep on.
I’d rather dream of life, peace, and liberty and continue to dream on.
The American Dream is currently on life support as it lies on its death bed.
Realistically speaking, that means the American Dream is dead.
I’m not sure exactly what the cause of death is, or who should assume ownness.
But in the meantime I respectfully offer my condolence.
Is the American Dream dead?