It’s American’s Money
Consider the following:
Based on population, here is the money “per person” our Congress gave to citizens of other countries:
Additionally, they gave a boatload of money to Pakistan, the same country that harbored Osama Bin Laden, the same country that is releasing the people that executed journalist Daniel Pearl by cutting off his head while broadcasting it on the internet.
These same politicians, D and R, along with their sycophants and toadies, are still getting a paycheck, would rather play power games, are wringing their hands and crying about how if they give legal Americancitizens $2,000 it will destroy the budget and create a huge deficit – whining they don’t have the money.
Do they honestly think people can’t figure out that if you don’t give our money away to foreign countries there would be enough to help legal American citizens? If so, they are blatantly laughing in our face. Yet the sheeple of this country sit in front of their screens and whine to each other about it rather than trying to organize and confront these bottom feeding parasites and their flying monkeys.
What can we do? How’s this for a starting point:
“…That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”
I can hear them now, “there see, he wants to overthrow the government!” He’s a dangerous radical, misogynist, racist!” (I added the ‘its stuff because I know it’s coming even though it has nothing to do with the matter at hand.) And those of you who buy those meadow muffins, look at the founding documents of this country.
You want a real example of just how pathetic the local and federal government is about providing assistance, look at the private, I emphasize the word private, organization Barstool, which has collected donations from private citizens and companies and used them to help small businesses stay afloat.
To quote the great President Ronald Reagan: “The most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.”