I saw a news clip on TV not long ago. It reminded of something I 'd all but forgotten. Most of you have probably already seen it on you tube, but for those of you that haven't the show was Britain's Got Talent and here was this dowdy little old Scottish lady, standing strong as the audience jeered shouted get of the stage, while the judges all looked on with looks that said surely you jest and the lamentable Simon Cowell licked his chops in anticipation of the butt chewing he was going to give the old bag for wasting his time. Then she started to sing. The jeers turned to cheers and if Simon Cowells's jaw had drop another 2 inches he'd have knocked out all his front teeth as it impacted the judges stand. Indeed, we all used to sing; soldiers on the way to and from the battle field, construction workers keeping cadence as they carried heavy loads among them, tinkers and tailors, soldiers and sailors, rich men and poor men. I still do. Sometime though, after FDR took power, we decided to leave the singing to the professionals and both music and our souls are the poorer for it. You see that's what troubles me about this brve new socialist world order Obama is in the process of ushering in. Bureaucrats don't have the time nor are they willing to take the time even if they have it to see each of us as the unique individual each of us is. In this brave new socialist World order this middle aged Scottish lady never gets heard and the world misses out because the bureaucrats who will soon run every facet of our lives won't ever let her get close to a stage not because they have anything against her mind you but because like that audience before they heard that wonderful voice echo through the hall she's not what they're looking for. She's not what they expect when they hear the word singer so obviously she can't be a singer whatever she thinks to the contrary. That's the world we're getting folks. The one in which no one ever takes the time to read beyond the cover of the book. And we will all miss out and we shall all be the poorer for it.