Proposed Federal Budget Figures Are Scary

Dear Editor,

Is anybody else paying attention to all this budget talk coming out of Washington? Are you hearing the numbers they are throwing around? Are you hearing what kind things Joe and the rest of the (National Socialist) Democrat Party are wanting to spend your hard earned, easily stolen money on?

And, of course, they are trying to sugar coat it with the usual “we’ll tax the rich” lines. The really scary part of that is so many people actually believe that line, which has been used over and over again.

What they don’t tell you is even if they taxed every person who makes whatever number they set as “rich” at a 100 percent tax rate, it wouldn’t even make a blip on the radar that is their proposed budget.

The really scary part of all this is nobody seems to be too concerned over the kind of numbers being tossed around. The Dems appear to have no problem with the term trillions. Think about that for a moment. Written out, it looks like this – 1,000,000,000,000. This is one million million. Now multiply this by 3, 5, even up to double digits when you look at everything they want. And remember, this is federal government spending. It doesn’t include proposed local and state spending.

No economy can sustain this kind of government spending without turning to a confiscatory level of taxation. And again, I’m referring to government spending on a federal level. If local and state taxes were added to that total, I believe there would be a revolution.

The worst part of all this is the Dems currently maintain a majority in both the House and Senate, although in the Senate they would have to rely on the vice president to break a tie if it came to it. And they are going to have this majority for the next two years.

And it’s not just spending they are in control of. There has been talk among the leadership about what they can do about the Second Amendment to water it down to the point of making it useless. Do I think it could be repealed? No, but I think there is a real possibility of it being drastically altered to possibly resemble the laws in Great Britain on gun ownership.

The fight has only just begun. Republicans/conservatives need to stand up, come together, and fight.

Alan Marshall