The president continues to amaze us with his "brilliant" speechifying. While offering not one hint of a plan of his own, this genius continues to blame anyone but himself or his party, for the ridiculous state of the economy. His only solution, as delivered through his "Opie Taylorish" press secretary, is more taxes, more government intervention, and more regulation to create jobs and stimulate the economy. Even though this has been tried on numerous occasions by other leaders of his ilk, it has never created one job or increased government revenues. However, we can count on the most of the others outside the executive branch for their spineless support of whatever seems to fill their pockets and keep them in favor of the ruling Oligarchy.
Even after being rebuffed on numerous occasions, the Supreme Court of the United States continues to do what politically appointed hacks do best, and that is go along with the people who appointed them. Thus our U. S. Constitution is minimized and rendered useless to protect us against the very kinds of tyranny it was designed to hold back. That leaves the 535 representatives in both houses to protect their pork at all costs. The limited roll of government has now become a huge governmental "nanny" that controls almost every aspect of our lives through endless laws, tomes of regulations, presidential edicts, burgeoning taxes, and bullying threats. The institution we call government doesn't create anything but a huge machine capable of taking our hard earned tax dollars and turning them into a pitiful and useless pittance.
And, while the fires of our demise are roaring, our president bleeds his rich sycophants for $38,000 dollars a plate so he can confuse enough deluded and ignorant people to get this position back for another term. Let's pray to almighty God for a leader with some principles, leadership skills, and a backbone of iron to stop this run away behemoth.
There are people who, instead of listening to what is being said to them, are already listening to what they are going to say themselves. - Albert Guinon