Think about it

A friend sent an email about the last
article written by Charley Reese. Although
it was done in the 80s, we feel it is
still relevent today.

Here is Snopes take on it.

He basically said all our woes can
be blamed on 545 people; 435
Representatives, 100 Senators, the
President, and 9 Supreme Court Justices.

As his article states: “All bureaucracies
are created by Congress or by executive
order of the president. All are financed
and staffed by Congress. All enforce laws
made by Congress.”

It’s so obvious a blind man can see it!
How can they say they’re against a bill
when they passed it?

As citizens, we do have recourse. That is
called election day.

If you like where our country is headed,
they vote the incumbents back in. If on
the other hand, you feel our country is
going to hell in a handbasket vote them
out.

And if you believe Obamacare was hustled
through against our wishes, check into
who voted for it. If you think the
stimulus bill was like winning the
lottery for political backers, look into
who voted for that.

Nobody can force a member of Congress to
vote against their will. Some say
compromise is acceptable. We say no.

Either you have a basic set of beliefs
or you do not. And if you don’t have a
basic set of beliefs, you can be
persuaded to vote for anything.

Show us a candidate who will stand firm
in his convictions. We have enough yes
men. We need someone who wants to read
a bill before they pass it.
Comments are always welcome.

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3 Responses to Think about it

  1. thescoundrel says:

    Progressive Bureaucracy and Nanny Statists are becoming the bane of existence.

  2. Nitrous55 says:

    One problem is that too many are looking to government to give them stuff. Of course, they don’t want to give up any of their stuff, but have no problem making others give up their stuff. There!

  3. cruisin2 says:

    scoundrel,
    Amen to that.

    Nitrous55,
    And their numbers keep growing.

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