Interesting old photos

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  1. billwald

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    " this is your vision for America?"

    Is that saying there weren't a lot of great things about those days? Just curious.
     
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    Personally, I'm thankful for being born in 1940 and living in the best time and the best place for the working people in the history of the world.
     
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    Yep, the 40s were fun. 50s weren't bad till I hit the real world when I joined the Navy and that wasn't all that bad.:thumbs:
     
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    A study of the photos will settle the discussion

    IMHO---the photos are not MY vision for America----but look at the photos---study the faces and places----think about it----in each of the faces and places there was a vision for America

    Its quiet possible that the faces in the photos are sending a message forward that tell each of us today----the best is yet to be!!!

    The faces of today need to do the same---we MUST send a face forward that tells the next generation---the best is yet to be!!! Each of the faces in the photos---whether they be white faces or black faces or the faces of Red---gave us what we have today----now its up to us to give tomorrow a better life!!!
     
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    So true, and how quick we forget.
     
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    Thanks for the link!.. Sorta reminds me of WV when I grew up.. The pics make me miss my Grandparents.
     
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    Wow - thanks for that.

    Sometimes we forget that life before Vietnam was not in black and white :)
     
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    >No, but it seems to be where Obama and the Tax&Spendocrats are taking us

    Yes, but Obama only took over the task from Bush. I suppose it is human nature to blame the last guy in the line. Human memory is short - approx. one pay period.
     
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    Actually, in keeping with the spirit of this thread.. IT's FDR's Fault! Or was it Hoover???
     
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    That's a union mentality.
     

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