America: A Society Saturated by Steroids
It matters not how you view America as long as you realize that it is a country obsessed by a steroid-induced propaganda. Whether in track & field, baseball, football, cycling, wrestling or in the pervasive American political and media-elite stuffing the American people with exaggerated mumbo-jumbo, the effects of this drug has made America an hallucinating drug addicted society.
Banks “print and pump” money into the economy without limit; corporations inflate profits with free money, Wall Street peddles fantasy to a frustrated public and sporting events momentarily embellish a pretentious American way of life.
The first leg of the American greatness is now officially complete. Super Bowl XLVII is in the record books and “three Italian guys” deserve to celebrate: Steve Bisciotti (owner of the Baltimore Ravens), Joe Flacco (Quarterback and MVP of the Baltimore Ravens) and Vince Lombardi (the patriarch and namesake of the Super Bowl trophy).
The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat best describe the American way of life. So was Chris Kyle, an American hero, or another elitist sacrifice in the super sinister agenda of American gun control? The real game continues.