Folks, the Superpower formerly known as the United States of America is going down fast. For a century and a half, it has sucked taxpayers dry, forcing them to pay for Social Security and Medicare several times over while Congress refused to lock up the money and squandered it away on other things, including the Congressional gold-plated pension plan. Now they want to give everybody health care so they can play the same Ponzi tune over again, only louder this time.
Two thousand years since the Romans disappeared, government is still dealing in bread and circuses. Perks to the people in return for their votes, all of it to be paid by the rich, if you believe the people the people standing on the stumps. And all they want is merely to serve, to maintain their death grip in the wheelhouse – even as the ship goes under.
As the election comes down to the opening of the polling booths, Americans will make their decision based on a number of “issues.” Social issues are at the top of the deciding factors.
If you pick your candidate based on his likeability, his smile, or that he signed an Executive Order allowing same-sex marriage or gave illegals inalienable rights under the Constitution, then you should ask yourself one question: What does that matter if the country is bankrupt and the debt is owned by the Communist Chinese?
Social issues evolve. Acceptance is a matter of time. Ten-dollar-a-gallon-gas or food shortages trump free birth control every time. This election is about survival. Darwin gave us the theory of Survival of the Fittest. Read up on the facts and with an open and unbiased mind. Forget bumper-sticker campaign slogans and look at the history of the candidates – all candidates – from your local and state people to the two men at the top of the ballot.
This election is not about dividing America into factions for the vote. It is about uniting our Country for the benefit of the whole.
Vote with an informed mind. Think about what America will look like after four years of each candidate. This election is the survival of America as we know it.