I have taken stock of where America is heading. But what can be done? Those of us opposed to the corruption in Washington are despairing at the dismal actions of Congress to control the abuse taken by this administration. I write my congressman each week. I email all 86 friends on my email list, which gets the word out. But short of a civil war, what can be done? My ancestors were Founding Fathers, and I can’t bear it anymore.
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There is one easy way to get Social Security fixed. Congress must be moved from its retirement plan to Social Security. If that happened, it would be fixed and funded in a week.
Do you have an opinion on this? I also noticed that Washington is saying everyone else needs to pull in their belts and live within their budgets. Congress, at this point, has not given up anything. No cuts to benefits and no salary cuts. That seems to be a problem.
So, help me understand – because the state of New Jersey doesn’t have a law requiring the president to prove his eligibility, he doesn’t have to do it. The Constitution clarifies this for us, doesn’t it? [“Obama attorney: ‘Mickey Mouse’ could be on ballot”]
Section 1 of Article 2 of the United States Constitution sets forth the eligibility requirements for serving as president of the United States:
“No person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of th ... continue reading »
When will Mr. “O” and his fellow racists Al Sharpton, Jessie Jackson, Lewis Farrakhan, Van Jones and others stop trying to divide our country by race? The American people know that the word racist works both ways. Is this the only way Mr. “O” can get re-elected, by playing the race card?
How many ways are you going to try to bring our country down? You tried giving guns to our enemies (Fast and Furious); you tried to devalue our dollar; you are trying to keep us dependent on foreign oil; you are willing to share our military defense secrets with the Russians; and now you are trying to divide our country by ra ... continue reading »
For the first time in my life, tax day came and went like a regular day. You see, after paying thousands and thousands in federal income tax to the government for over 40 years of work, I have finally retired. To my shock I had income of over $50,000 in 2012, and yet I only had to pay $41. I hardly tipped the scales on the side of the 52 percent who pay any income taxes with that small amount.
We must have hit the sweet spot by not making too much money, but I feel like I should be included in the Buffett Rule somehow. What is a fair share, anyway? The president is proposing a 30 percent tax on those “rich” folks that wi ... continue reading »