The magic of establishment economics
March 17, 2015, 7:30 am
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We are over 205 TRILLION in debt, not the 18 trillion (doubled in 7 years by Obama and the Democrats). Is it any wonder that the government doesn’t want to report on the true state of our economy?
The magic of establishment economics – Personal Liberty.

I do hope you will read this installment of the truth from Personal Liberty, because it is WAY past time to remove these people (democrats and republicans), these career politicians from office. It makes little difference which party these men and women are in, they are all working to feather their own nest, not to return our nation to the Constitution that will make them stop the foolishness. Government should not be growing, it should be shrinking. It should not take over our Schools, it should be protecting our borders. Government should not be giving away money that we don’t have to those who want to destroy us, yet money is flowing out to countries that have a vested interest in our destruction. Of course the Clinton Foundation is receiving billions from China, Saudi Arabia, and others who do not want to see us prosper.

Career politicians, democrat and republican, and I include Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, Chuck Shumer, John Cornyn and others in this statement. Must be seen for the people they truly are, and rejected as our representatives, they do not represent you and I they represent themselves. They have gotten rich from their years in office, they line their own pockets, and continue to tax us into poverty.

40 million people on Food Stamps, is absolutely outrageous, so is 100 million unemployed or under employed. Wake up folks, see this government for what it is, a place where career politicians continue to get rich, continue to grow the control of our population by increased bureaucracy, that is unelected people who issue rules and regulations that become more and more convoluted every year. They stifle your ability to get ahead in the name of fighting poverty, while we the people sink deeper into the morass of poverty ourselves.

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