The Fungus Among Us

Posted in Politics, Vote Out The Bums at 6:48 pm by Administrator

The undercurrent of anger many red, white and blue Americans (RWBAs) feel is justified. For the past one hundred years, they and their families have been working tirelessly to make a better life for themselves and their children. These RWBAs have prospered and have raised the standard of living to the highest in the world’s history for everyone in the U.S.

While these RWBAs had their focus on becoming self-sufficient and making the U.S. a strong nation, another group of people emerged. This second group’s focused on working the system for self-centered benefits, the main benefit being control over social, economic and political conditions. This second group (the fungus among us – tfau) manipulated the system, often with taxpayer dollars, their goal being a collective progressivism.

RWBAs treasure the pride of ownership and being self-sufficient. Dependence on others for the material things in life never crossed their minds. The tfauS, on the other hand, believe swindling the system, is fair game. Earning an honest dollar by starting a business, working in private industry or ‘god forbid’ meeting a payroll is unnecessary and impractical. The tfauS are parasites of the system.

While the RWBAs were working, the tfauS invaded the system as a fungus invades toes. Like a toe fungus, the tfauS thrive in dark, stinky places. The RWBAs had no idea the tfauS studied the system and mastered manipulating it through voter fraud and stacking the courts with liberal, out of touch, judges. (Judge Susan R. Bolton comes to mind – see epilogue.) When the RWBAs finally woke up to the realization of the disappearing economic opportunities, they scratch their heads angrily and ask ‘what happened to our economic opportunity?’

Like a toe fungus that lives on the dead tissue, the tfauS, if successful with their collective progressivism experiment, will inherit a dead U.S. economy. They will be living in a dead economy, feeding on government scraps. The dead tissue will be inflated paper money.

The RWBAs feel like taxpayer dummies. They are beginning to justify earning what they need to live. Then they will limit their income and their tax consequence. Why pay taxes so the tfauS can benefit?

As the RWBAs continue to realize that their hard-earned tax dollars are going down the toilet, they are reducing their taxable income. Some may even stop paying their taxes altogether.

Half of the people living in the U.S. are not paying taxes. That’s common knowledge. Why not say as some have indicated in the article, ‘Is It Time for Law Abiding American Citizens to Stop Paying Their Taxes and Start a New Government?’

Another wild idea that may see the light of day is becoming an illegal. Some rationalize turning in one’s citizenship. When they stay in the U.S., they will receive protected illegal alien status. They can even get a credit card through Bank of America. The ultimate bonus of being an illegal, you don’t have to pay taxes and they get free everything else!

Is it time to (VOTB) VOTE OUT THE BUMS? Damn right say all the angry RWBAs. Every incumbent needs to be voted out of office.

Visit the VOTB store and pass on the idea! Or become a tax-evading illegal. Your choice.

Epilogue – Judge Susan R. Bolton’s recent Arizona ruling is bogus – a point in favor of the RWBAs!

“Does anyone read the U.S. Constitution these days? American lawyers don’t read it. Federal Judge Susan R. Bolton apparently has never read it. Same goes for our illustrious Attorney General Eric Holder. But this lawyer has read it and she is going to show you something in Our Constitution which is as plain as the nose on your face.

“Article III, Sec. 2, clause 2 says:

In all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme Court shall have original Jurisdiction. In all the other Cases before mentioned, the supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction.”

In other words, the Judge in the Arizona case has absolutely no Constitutional jurisdiction over the matter upon which she ruled. As the Constitution makes abundantly clear, only the U.S. Supreme Court can issue rulings that involve a state.


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