11.14.10

Circus of Deception

Posted in If I were President...., Politics, Vote Out The Bums at 7:11 pm by Administrator

Politicians claim to recently have had an epiphany. The message they heard from the people is cut spending and take aim on the deficit. Their ‘knee-jerk’ post-election reaction proposals are no more than a ‘circus of deception.’ These deceptive proposals include curving up entitlements, eliminating the mortgage-interest deduction and the customary raising taxes. While playing up to the circus-like political atmosphere, politicians deceptively target the shrinking middle-class for extinction.

Cowardly politicians have no heart for re-examining why the deficit is out of control. Everything from the way government operates to constitutional limits already in place on government should be examined. Instead, the media will enable politicians to début this Circus of Deception to divide a blind society.

Below are ideas you will not see getting much attention. The true budget reform lies in the ideas below. After the circus leaves town, the problems below will still be around.

Get rid of the Federal Reserve. Without the Federal Reserve, there is no interest to pay on the national debt. Why are we paying a bunch of PRIVATE bankers interest on money THEY say we can print? We can print money without their permission and not pay interest to anyone! Just ask Ron Paul or Abraham Lincoln or JFK.

Eliminate the tax-exempt foundations used by the wealthy to shelter billions of dollars every year. The corrupt politicians consistently look to the middle class for tax money. When they say tax the rich, they are really saying ‘tax the middle class suckers.’ The wealthy should be made to cough up their fair share of taxes on every nickel they earn. They should not be allowed to stash away money tax-free no matter how philanthropic their claims may be. These tax evaders can always donate their AFTER tax dollars, philanthropically.

Halt all government waste. The U.S. government and state administrations account for multi-billions of dollars wasted each year. Some polling estimates push the percentage of dollars wasted by government to 53%. Even if the real percentage is only half, waste of this magnitude is totally unacceptable and outright criminal. During a recession everyone (especially the middle class) should be picketing government to eliminate waste.

Freeze government hiring and pay increases. When private sector earnings become equivalent to government jobs, then reevaluate hiring and pay situations. The number of federal workers earning $150,000 or more a year has soared tenfold in the past five years and doubled since President Obama took office, a USA TODAY analysis finds.

Fight wars with drones not soldiers on the ground. Bomb the enemy into submission. Major advantage here is we could employ the unemployed to make drones and bombs with sayings on them like ‘welcome to hell’ or ‘remember 9/11’.

Close the borders. Illegals working in the United States are causing unemployment to be higher then it should be. American citizens are looking for work and will even pick grapes, work as short order cooks or day laborers. All these jobs were filled by legal citizens before illegal immigration became common place. The bonus before illegal immigration was there were not as many violent gangs and the massive drug activity we see in today’s society.

Repeal obamacare. Across the board, obamacare is bad for the United States and attacks every ones pocketbooks. Middle-class America is becoming extinct under government takeovers like obamacare.

Stop all foreign aid. Foreign aid is unconstitutional and must be stopped. “The U.S. government provided $12.9 billion in official development assistance last year, most of it through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and has spent hundreds of billions in aid since World War II.” Unofficially, multiply that number by 100.

How stupid can these politicians get? Try this reasoning on for size. The U.S. politicians borrow money from our trading partners (China owns us) for deficit spending and then sends the money back out of the country in the form of foreign aid. All foreign aid should be stopped. And a deaf ear should be turned to all the bleeding-heart liberals spewing humanitarian B.S. Charity begins at home during recessions. Better yet, let those against this idea send their ‘after tax’ dollars overseas. The rest of us will spend our money at home.

Foreign aid is the black hole of American politics. Foreign Aid costs every tax-paying American citizen thousands of dollars every year. Here is one outrageous example. The complete total of U.S. grants and loan guarantees to Israel for fiscal 1997 was $5,525,800,000. God only knows if that number hasn’t tripled by now.

“Each year, as Americans struggle to earn more, the government invents new ways to increase its share,” This cycle of deceptive practices must be stopped. Thomas Jefferson said, “My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.” We have both, bad and too much government.

The 2010 election served notice on bad, too much government. To blindly march on like true-blue socialists insults the intelligent. Let’s cut the fat off the budget first before hacking up the sacred cows of entitlements and raising taxes on the over-taxed middle class. Easiest spending rule to follow is – only spending allowed by the constitution is valid. Don’t let the escalating ‘Circus of Deception’ continue.

The American citizens have two years to monitor politicians that are supposedly representing them. If they don’t measure up Vote Out the Bums (again) – VOTB.

Visit the VOTB store to pass on these ideas.

Epilogue: The United States is not the ‘goose laying golden eggs’ anymore. Industry has left the country, workers are unemployed, the tax-base is shrinking and the general population is getting dumber by the minute. Ideologue socialists (Pelosi, Reed and Obama want-a-bees) understand this concept and know civil unrest is next. They want rioting in the streets to secure their takeover. Then they will live like Czars, the peasants will survive on scraps and stories of the grand ‘middle class of the 20th century’. As the Circus of Deception continues so the U.S. marches on towards Feudalism.

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