Washington D.C. has become a cancer on the buttocks of America. There are a few good men and women among the corruption, fighting the good fight, but they are just voices screaming in the wilderness. The American people are becoming takers and not creators, dependent on government from cradle to grave. We are at a tipping point and we cannot correct it through our current two-party system of corruption.
The only hope is to curb this malignancy through the reassertion of state sovereignty. Washington must shrink in size, not grow in power over domestic policy. Vote Democrat and you will have a nation like Baltimore and Detroit. Vote Republican and you will have centralized banks and monopolies backed by the Federal Reserve and bleeding the American people, or is it the reverse? The point is it does not matter.
Both parties take us down the rabbit hole. Become active in your communities; voice your opinions and demand accountability from those who are elected. There is no excuse for impropriety or even the appearance of impropriety. Those who are elected must be held to the highest standards. Don’t sleep through this historical paradigm, because when you wake up you won’t be an American anymore.
Dan McLeod, Atwater