Tough times never last…tough people do…

The U.S. still remains the most racially diverse, stable, free, productive, and militarily strong country in the world. We are hearing all sorts of reasons why the United States is doomed to decline.

Most of this we suspect, is from the “Doom and Gloom” Democrats. If you don’t mind I’d like to explain why Doom and Gloom is most often aligned with the Democrat Party. Whether or not they want to admit it, if one looks at the way in which they legislate – as in I want that legislation tomorrow. Say nothing of transparency, bill posting for at least three days, or even the most absurd and preposterous “you wouldn’t mind if we read the bill before we vote on it…”

For those who have been around politics for long enough the notion of the Democrat Party mantra is tried and true. Dems would like nothing more than to have the entire United States dependent on them. You see it is through these kinds of situations that Democrats feel they are the most powerful.

This platform would definitely create a dependency on the federal government which would just make the Dems prouder than anything. Think about it…the biggest stumbling block for the debt ceiling was entitlement spending. Not one Democrat that I know of was willing to concede any amount of the deficit for less entitlement expenditures.

That fact, in and of itself is of great concern to us. First, we don’t know how much of the total that entitlement spending represented in lieu of the whole. Secondly, we have come to understand that everyone who came into contact with the Health Care legislation – or—if you prefer, Obamacare, it has become a rare instance of it costs far more to run so much earlier than we were informed.

Now if we know that Obamacare is illegal and unconstitutional then what on earth is the President or Congress doing? The Tea Party came in as a ‘movement’ from a group of citizens who were over-the-top with Washington insiders. They were tired of the corruption, crime, dissonance, and plain malfeasance.

We could all learn a lesson from the Tea Party and their duly nominated representatives. They were tired of it; they let people know and with a little bit of all of our assistance they organized to the point of holding some of the power in Congress.

Maybe it wouldn’t be such a bad idea to restart the recitation of our Pledge of Allegiance; furthermore, we need to understand that “tough times never last…but tough people do.” Abraham Lincoln.

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