November 15, 2013

By |November 15th, 2013|

 

People are so busy making a living, most are ill-informed concerning those making political decisions for them.  In a sense, they have become worker bees for the state – too busy at their tasks to see the forest fire coming their way.  Many times their elected officials have let them down, but the people are unaware.

 

When people are informed concerning the bad management of the Obama administration, some within the party say you can’t just complain, do something.  When I tell them how to get good people that are fiscal, moral, and constitutional conservatives elected, they balk and say we must be more inclusive.  Folks, compromise with evil has gotten us into this mess.  “Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country” (Charles E. Weller) or you won’t have a country or state with freedom and prosperity.

 

I know from my stint in Lansing that those elected by their peers as leaders in the House and Senate often want followers – it makes their agendas easier, but it takes away from the purpose of elected officials – to represent the people.  To blindly follow leads to mini-dictatorships who have garnered power with promises and money.  True leaders think for themselves, analyze, and act on the best interests of their constituents.  A good leader surrounds himself with people that will tell him what he needs to know, not what he wants to hear.  Elect such leaders.

 

You Can’t Make Up The 1.5 Trillion By Taxing The Rich

 

The annual federal deficit is running about 1.5 trillion dollars.  Personal income tax receipts are about 900 billion, corporate about 200 billion, for a total in income tax receipts of about $1.1 trillion.  To […]