A Few Questions

Earlier today I was asked a few questions that caused me to stop and think about the political climate that we are coping with here in the United States. It makes me wonder if the government is truly acting in the interests of WE the people as a whole, or doing what they can to produce the votes that will keep them in office. I thought the questions were worth posting here.

1. We are advised to NOT judge ALL Muslims by the actions of a few lunatics, but we are encouraged to judge ALL gun owners by the actions of a FEW lunatics.

2. We constantly hear about how Social Security is going to run out of money. How come we never hear about welfare or food stamps running out of money? What’s interesting is the first group “worked for” their money, but the second didn’t.

3. Why are we cutting benefits for our veterans, eliminating pay raises for our military and cutting our army to a level lower than before WWII, but we are not stopping the payments to illegal aliens. This is what illegal’s receive monthly: $1500.00 per child, $500 for housing, Food Stamps, Free education including college and the right to vote.

Interesting, right? What are your thoughts?

4 thoughts on “A Few Questions”

  1. I believe that Obama is a communist who is determined to change/destroy the America that we have known. He is only concerned with growing his power, not the American people. And there are so many people in the USA who are only concerned with thencomfort that the government can provide that they will abide the destruction as long as it benefits them.
    The country is doomed unless we have a return to the laws and values that made this country great.

  2. It’s a sad state of affairs. DC, as a whole, without a doubt, could care less about what’s best for America. They only care about lining their pockets and pushing their agendas. They think they’ve snowballed the American people with their propaganda. Sadly though, I’ve begun to wonder if they have.

    Our rights are assaulted daily, but the remains are just swept under the rug by the media, who are more crooked than the politicians. And it seems to make no more than a casual conversation for a day then everyone forgets about it.

    I have noticed though, maybe it’s just the world I surround myself with, but it seems there’s an awakening… a bi-partisan awakening across the board. Alternative media is gaining serious steam and mainstream news companies are reporting losses. Maybe it’s not too late to change things.

    Time will tell I guess. Let’s just hope it doesn’t run out first.

    1. I am certainly not hoping for a civil war but do have concerns that it will take something radical to right the ship.

      -Tom

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