Jeff Neal for C.U.R.E. - Certain Unalienable Rights Endowment

Government Spending and Egypt

In Economics, Financial, Opinion, Political Critique on February 14, 2011 at 1:04 pm

The Obama administration claims to look for ways to control spending, to control the national debt – some day in the future, after it’s done ‘investing’ our money for us.

Link HERE

The discussion (noise) about spending in the federal government is spoken in code, isn’t it? Nothing makes any sense to me, and my English is pretty good.  Here’s a translation of the $3.7 Trillion budget discussion.

Government officials, Republican and Democrat, have concluded that the only good spending is government spending, since that is the only kind that results in the accumulation of more power in the hands of 535 men and women.

How does Egypt come into the picture?  Hosni Mubarak did not continue to siphon money from the Egyptian economy after he had X-Teen billion $s in the bank so that he could be more fabulously rich.  In truth, he continuted the theft to broaden his reach, to increase his power over the apparatus that ruled every facet of Egyptian life.
Back in the USA — $3.7 Trillion divided by 535 is approximately $7 Billion.  We have 535 Hosni Mubarak’s in the US Congress, and their job is handing out – each of them – $7 Billion, every year.

The same desire that drove Mubarak, the same all-consuming thirst for control, drives Washington, DC.  The spending machine gets bigger and bigger by the day, it feeds lobbyists, union officials, campaing consultants, media trainers, congressionial staffers aspiring to be on TV, the compliant media machine, and on and on . . . NO ONE represents the tax-payer in Washington; the entire conglomerate feeds off of government spending, and it has to enlarge itself constantly or it starves.

Defeating that beast is the challenge of Americans. Unfortunately the so-called “campaingn finance” laws make it virtually impossible to mount an effort to fight the party machines, because it is illegal to accumulate the resources (i.e. money) necessary to buy a big enough megaphone to be heard over the above-mentioned noise.

Take a look:
http://athirdvoice.wordpress.c…/

There is an answer and when we get enough voices to join us we will announce it, and the unConstitutional FEC laws will not stand.

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