My name is d’Lynn. I’m a disabled Vietnam vet. I don’t look too bad for a beat-up old fart, do I? And that’s my ride. She’s looking pretty good also, especially when you consider that she’ll turn twenty this summer. That’s right, it’s a 1990 with a 1990 sidecar. I can’t ride a solo bike, ergo the sidecar rig. It’s my sole means of transportation – rain or shine, snow or wind, and this summer also marks a milestone in both of our lives, as I will finally be able to pay her off.
Editor’s Note: Before you click to continue reading, please bear with me for a few moments…I have been a lifelong student of Politics and Political Parties.
I have watched the Congress of the United States of America, the Senate and House of Representatives, turn into a mutual admiration society not only of each other, but ” unelected Parties” called Special Interests/Lobbyists. Both parties, I beleive, are well intentioned people, but interject long-term incumbency, special perks, and the temptation to have their votes and allegiance sold to the highest bidders,
And party affiliation means nothing to vested interest money…as long as they are manipulating the congress….don’t laugh…this is the only way to change this nation before the monied interests control every vote…..and the rest of us are just puppets having our strings pulled by them and their hip-pocket representatives…money and power always have been and always will be the root of mankind’s future if not protected by sound discipline and honest guarantees the fox is not always permitted in the hen-house….relhurg
p.s. Keep your eye on Lifejustiz®. I will be posting an audio soon discussing how and why I favor this approach….jackg
Twenty years old? What? Why did it take so long? I am a disabled vet, which means I receive a veterans administration disability pension, which also means “I’m broke!” Just one step ahead of being homeless every month, and that’s not an idle statement or an “Oh, woe is me” dire complaint. There’s a point to this, so hang in there a minute or two and read on.
There’s a 25-year-old illegal immigrant woman living in Florida , with eight kids. Yes, eight “anchor babies” and she receives just shy of $1,500 per month per kid, plus medical, plus food stamps. Oh, wait. I’ve been informed that I shouldn’t call them Food Stamps anymore. That’s not PC. It’s all called “Social Assistance” now.
You can whip out the calculator if you want, but this woman, who never has paid a dime in taxes of any kind, (and still doesn’t – she’s ‘illegal,’ remember?) . She hasn’t paid out one cent in medical for all the “anchor babies,” makes more in one month, legally, than I receive in over a year and a half in disability payments and I can’t even get food stamps! Oops, I mean “Social Assistance.”
Technically I am eligible for “Social Assistance.” I was told it would be a walk through – a gimme – being disabled. No problem, and in the very next breath I was also informed that under the law the amount I received in “Social Assistance” would be deducted from my disability pension. I see no point in dealing with two federal bureaucracies, so I don’t bother. What’s the point?
Did you know that the federal government provides a “refugee” in this country with a monthly “stipend” of $1,890, plus $580 a month in “Social Assistance?” That’s $2,470 a month, tax-free. That’s two and a half times what I’m allowed to receive as a disabled vet. And just what did they do to earn this? All you have to do is show up on our collective doorstep, raise your right hand and swear that you’re a refugee and, bingo, receive $30,000 a year, tax-free. That’s more than someone making $15 an hour, and they have to pay taxes to boot!
It’s the Senate that keeps passing laws, rules and guidelines. The point to this “story?” Just why are you paying such high taxes to support this incredibly screwed up government? Why? And I’m not proposing you stop paying your taxes. That’s wrong. There are good programs and reasons to pay your taxes and support our government.
What am I proposing? It’s quite simple.
The government, our government, is broken and we as the voters serve as the maintenance crew. We fix it . .. . by voting. If your state Senator has been in office more than two terms, vote ‘em out at the next election. If your state representative has been in office more than two terms, vote ‘em out of office. We put term limits on just about every publicly-elected official in the country except the House and Senate.
Why? Believe me, they know this and love it! Ahhh – the power!
This first step will send a very clear message. It’ll work. It’ll put “us” back in control of “them.” As it should be. As it was intended in the first place.
Vote them out of office. Do it.
Are you an American? Then vote!
Quit inhaling foul air from D.C.
submitted by: qls….edited by relhurg