Unpopular Truth
October 29, 2013, 2:20 pm
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Government has no business in Charity yet Billions of dollars are given to people and called entitlements. Walter Williams has written an excellent piece in regard to this issue. The truth is that our government is giving more handouts than ever before. There are more people on various forms of welfare than are actually working at full-time jobs, yet our President continues to talk about spending even more.

The dictionary defines entitlement as: “to have the right to get or receive something.” This usually means, I have the right to go into my house, which I paid for. I have the right to drive my car, I have the right to use my equipment. Since I own the item it is mine to use, but the government says that people are entitled to my money so they steal it from me to give it to others. Of course they call it taxation, and threaten me with jail or fines or both if I don’t pay those taxes. After taking that money from me, they then give it to others, in the form of Food stamps, welfare and other “entitlements”. That is the “Robin Hood” mentality, the story of Robin Hood was that he stole from the rich to give to the poor. He was fighting against the governing class who were stealing from everybody to give to themselves, much like our career politicians today. Take a look at the obscene salaries of these men and women, and the fact that they are exempted from having to live under the same laws that we live under.

This government is forcing us to buy insurance, whether we think we need it or not, if we don’t buy their insurance, we will be fined, although the oligarchy called the Supreme Court calls it a tax, it is a fine pure and simple. Of course this is an unpopular truth, simply because all the people who are receiving this government largesse are unwilling to give it up. I remember when charity was something that was handled by the Churches in our country, not by the government. Those who needed a helping hand got one, today, people work the system and get handouts like they were nothing, from the government. politicians promise the world to people and get elected and then deliver as much money as they can so they will be re-elected again and again. This system cannot sustain itself, even the CBO has said that entitlement spending (welfare) will exceed tax income within the next 30 years. That means no Army, Navy nothing but welfare.

Something has to change, now, not later or our nation will not be able to defend herself against enemies foreign or domestic long before spending passes the point of no return. Someone must stand up and say, NO MORE! Our political class will not do so, that I can assure you. They have become used to the perks that they enjoy, and are no longer willing to look at what must be done in order to insure our national survival. In ancient Rome the political class, gave the people bread and circuses, including killing those who were considered enemies of the ruling class, as well as men fighting animals to the death. Today we don’t have those things, we do have of course Football, Soccer, Baseball and Hockey to entertain us and to keep us from thinking too much about what our government is doing to our nation.

Remember that President Obama promised to radically change our nation, he is well on the way to doing so, but the folks don’t see it, or don’t want to see it as long as the money keeps rolling in. For those who are losing their jobs, their health insurance, and their families, they see what is happening, but the government doesn’t care to change its way. In a few more years, those welfare checks, those food stamps and the other benefits will begin to shrink as well. Then it will be too late to do anything about it, there will have been too many years of living on credit, too many years of dependency on government largesse, and unfortunately, many will suffer and die because of this government which fundamentally changed the American Dream into the American Nightmare.

Yes this is not a popular thing, it is an unpopular truth, but it is nonetheless the truth. Will you continue down the road? Will you fight to return this country to the Constitutional Republic that our founders envisioned or will this shining city on the hill, turn into a much bigger version of Detroit. What do you think?

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