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Duped by Congressional Lies

jdouglass sr. Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 9:13 AM
The point of Doctor Williams previous write is the people are immoral; not just those people in prisons, not just gays, not just congress or the president these states. We are an immoral people based on a comparison of people who lived here only 70 or 80 years ago. That immorality pervades our culture, and affects all our choices right down to electing a president. The federal government advocated immorality when it started favoring certain groups of people, making it important for all American's to join or create a group and become a needy minority, as a means to succeed as families and businesses; pushing aside moral behavior as a means to success in those two human endeavors.

Some of the responses to my column last week, titled "Immoral Beyond Redemption," prove that Americans have been hoodwinked by Congress. Some readers protested my counting Social Security among government handout programs that can be described as Congress' taking what belongs to one American and giving to another, to whom it doesn't belong -- legalized theft. They argued that they worked for 45 years and paid into Social Security and that the money they now receive is theirs. These people have been duped and shouldn't be held totally accountable for such a belief. Let's look at it.

The Social Security pamphlet...