Let’s talk about the blame game
The Democrats won the election. Congratulations! Therefore, according to the Democrats now in control again, it is only fair to that the rich pay more tax. The tax increase on the rich will pay for one week of the federal government’s cost for a year, if it doesn’t go up. Nevertheless, say the winners, Republicans must agree before they will talk about any cuts in spending, and no way are the winners going to cut government entitlement spending, which accounts for two-thirds of all federal spending, and going up by leaps and bounds. The majority of the American people are solidly behind this.
The federal government, at the present, is spending forty percent more than revenue, and printing paper money with nothing back of it to pay everyone on the dole. The American people, we are told, are at the edge of fiscal cliff, and will go over unless something is done immediately. Nothing is being done. When we go over the cliff and fall back into recession the Republicans will get the blame.
We hear from the winners that the Republicans are too white; that they are living in the past; that they are going to have to change. The winners are totally wrong, ignorant of the facts of life. Change is part of life. Either change or perish. It’s the Democrats that refuse to change. They are living in the past. They took the reins of government during the Great Depression and determined that government had an “inherent duty” to the individual—yes, at a time when twenty–five percent of the working people could not find a job, and could starve if government had not stepped in. The Democrats admitted that the inherent duty to the individual was not written in the Constitution. With World War II, there was no inherent duty of government anymore. Inherent duty turned into gigantic fraud, buying votes with handouts of taxpayer money.
Taxing the rich more means they don’t hire workers and government handouts continue increasing. Whether the American people like it or not, change is upon us, and guess who is going to be standing when the music stops? Suckers will be owned by the frauds that took them for a walk down their garden path, but not all of us. There will always be those that have and those that have not. There will always be the rich and the poor. It never changes. I’ve written a book, In Earth as It Is in Heaven 2012, an Explanation for the underlying Mechanism of Creation. It is available at Amazon for $7.50. It’s worth the money to learn the nature of things—based on a long life of learning the hard way.
In 1975, I was exactly where the American people are today. In 2012, my life could not be better. If you want to be owned, do what the authorities order you to do. I’m a nobody. If you want a good life, do what this nobody tells you to do. I don’t have anything to lose.
In 1979, I think it was, a TV expert told me to buy gold. It was during Jimmy Carter’s double digit inflation. I bought gold with my meager savings at something over $400 per ounce. It’s now worth over $1,700 per ounce. Under Obama’s coming double digit inflation, it is predicted that gold could go to $5,000 per ounce. So what if it does? Those depending on government won’t have the means to buy gold.
We are told not to feed the forest animals, but we’re not smart enough to know that the same applies to us. We were created with reason and logic. What is it about us that makes us fall for political bait? We want. Desire is emotional. I wish I may, I wish I might never ever pays.
We are ego driven, but at a deeper level mind driven. We exist in a state of mind. A state is boundless. It is extremely difficult to place one’s self in a boundless state of mind, yet when we are asleep that’s where we are. The first thing I do in the morning is to write down my thoughts. That’s what you’ve been reading, and are reading now. I’m writing what an unencumbered mind reveals. From the comments I’m receiving, we must be connected at a deeper level. Psychologist Carl Jung called it synchronicity.
Early Americans didn’t have a caretaker government. They were forced to look within for their answers. It was this that made America great. It was not by coincidence that when I was forced to jump into the unknown that I studied the Constitution. It was my calling. I was destined by my Creator to be self-governed. How many of you would believe that your Constitution had the answers when it was all up to you?
You might as well admit it, folks. You can’t depend on government to look out for you. You’ve elected a bunch of jerks. They have no answers. You’ve got to start thinking about looking out for yourselves, and me along with you. I can’t depend on my government entitlement.
Fortunately, I’ve not been sitting and whittling. I’ve been writing and playing music, singing, and doing other creative things. Yesterday, I placed on Youtube my White Christmas presentation. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnKVIO9WWmE Hopefully, when I need to, I’ll find employment.