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Time to Stop the Debt Charade

tunderdahl Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 10:43 PM
I used to think that all the deficit spending was the result of good intentions, but misguided economics. That doesn't work anymore. Even people who got their economic degrees out of gumball machines know that deficit spending must eventually end in bankruptcy. It is an orchestrated plan to intentionally bankrupt the country. There are those who despise the freedoms and guarantees we enjoy in the Constitution, and they want to get rid of it wholesale, not just amend it so they can pursue their brave new world agenda unfettered. If the country goes bankrupt, our government and Constitution will become artifacts of history, and the successor to the Constitution will not be freedom friendly.
Reginald10 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 12:19 AM
What did you think an Alinsky-trained person, who wanted to fundamentally transform the country, would do? You can't "fix" it, until you've broken it.

The crisis du jour in Washington now dominating the news, the so-called “fiscal cliff”, is but the latest in seemingly endless political crises that we shouldn’t be having.

We get two different kinds of problems in life. The real ones – the struggle to work and improve the quality of our lives – and the ones we bring on ourselves through poor behavior.

The more time we must deal with the latter type, the less time and energy we have to deal with life’s real problems and challenges.

The political crises which emanate from Washington are invariably problems...

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