YOUR Money Is Government’s Major Power Over You

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Trillion Dollar Obama/Pelosi/Reid Stimulus package

Government Vultures Hovering over Obama Stimulus Carcass

By Ron Ewart  Wednesday, March 4, 2009
 

Government Vultures Hovering over Obama Stimulus CarcassPick up any newspaper, listen to the radio, watch TV, or read hundreds of Internet articles and you will find that states, counties and cities are salivating (or is it swooning) over getting a piece of Obama’s un-read, 1,100-page, Stimulus Package.  It is not only disgusting, it borders on criminality.

Government can only exist on our taxes.  But government, at every level, has spent and spent and spent, when economic times were good, without any regard to the inescapable fact that times won’t be good, sometime in the very near future.  Why?  Because economies are cyclical and even more so when government “tinkers” with the economy, as they are doing now and have been for 80 to 100 years.    Which means, government has taxed and taxed and taxed to pay for their unconscionable spending. 
 
Now with the economy seriously tanking and every level of government running huge deficits, or just flat broke, they are scrambling to make up for their gross, criminal negligence on the backs of the producers in today’s society and the fruits of the labors of our children and grand children.  They are circling like vultures to get their piece of the “carrion” called the ”Trillion Dollar Obama/Pelosi/Reid Stimulus” package, that was borrowed from future generations to bail out this one.
 
If all this government spending was to pay for the true functions of government, it wouldn’t be so bad.  But the large percentage of government spending (well over 50%) is for the sole purpose of buying off segments of society, that will vote for the politicians who will use their political power to continue the “gifts”. 
 
One segment of our society is the less fortunate among us.  Unfortunately, this segment is growing because government keeps feeding it with our money.  If you keep the “pig trough” full, they will come.  The hard fact is, the less fortunate never created one single, productive job, except for the ever-present, money sucking, inefficient, tax-supported social worker.  The purveyors of this outright socialism (mostly Democrats) call it “social justice”, a term that came right out of the bowels of the United Nations and the sick, unconstitutional policies contained in Agenda 21.  But what this failed policy does is to make helpless, hopeless, dependent, people out of what could be, able-bodied, proud Americans.
 
The other segment of the American society, that sucks up huge amounts of our money, are the radical environmental groups.  To pander to these groups, the politicians (mostly Democrats) will pass any legislation that has the slightest smell of environmental protection.  That “smell” has cost Americans trillions of dollars in lost revenue, the significant decline of energy resources, loss of individual rights and the virtual eradication of property rights.  These radical groups are now lobbying our government to eliminate coal as an energy source, even though coal represents over 50% of the energy we use to produce electricity and heat our homes in the United States.  The net result will be much higher prices for energy that will fall disproportionately on the less fortunate, a segment of American society that government has been trying, unconstitutionally, to prop up with trillions of our tax dollars for the last 80 to 90 years.  They have only succeeded in creating more of the less fortunate.
 
The final segment of the American society, that are working feverishly to do us in, but who represent a distinct and powerful minority, are the national and international money changers and the power brokers.  They have established global entities whose membership is restricted to the very rich, or to those with world-wide political or economic power.  This small minority artificially controls our money (the Federal Reserve) and chooses winners and losers on their arbitrary whim.  We have the most to fear from this minority, than from all the socialists and radical environmentalists in our midst.
 
Of course, if you look at the language of the U. S. Constitution, purported to be the Supreme Law of the Land, you won’t find any authority granted to the U. S. Congress, or any other level of government, be they politicians or bureaucrats, to do what they are doing.  So in essence, they have spit on our constitution and violated their solemn oath to preserve, protect and defend it.  There should be severe penalties for these egregious violations, but alas, there isn’t, other than at the ballot box.
 
Even so, with all this power these traitors of American freedom and sovereignty wield, they are not invincible.  We can overcome them with the absolute power of the “many”.  The absolute power of the “many” is locked up in the freedom-loving American Silent Majority.  Once this Silent Majority awakens, and they are, the power brokers will either capitulate to the “Consent of the Governed” or the Governed will take matters into their own hands.  If government will not answer our redress of grievances in a positive manner, we shall show them where the “power” really lies.  We’ve done it before and we can do it again.
 
Let us conclude with an inescapable axiom.  We repeat it here from a previous article, with some minor alterations:
 

“YOUR MONEY IS GOVERNMENT’S MAJOR POWER OVER YOU”

The first power that government has over you is YOUR perception that YOUR money is their money.  The second power that government has over you is by using the money they take from you by force, against you.  The third power that government has over you is that you will religiously obey their laws.”
 
“Only when the Silent Majority realize that their tax money is being used to environmentally enslave them; only when the Silent Majority realize that their tax money is being used to “feed” a growing population of other people dipping their bills in the government “pig trough" and those “takers” voting for those very same politicians who take our tax money by force to keep the “trough” full; only when the Silent Majority realize that our government is using our tax money to merge America into the one-world-order; only when this Silent Majority realize that the only way to stop this insanity is to resist government in every legal way possible, then and only then will principled changes ever occur.  The alternative is civil war, revolution, or even worse, government-institutional slavery.”
 
When the Silent Majority knows this, freedom could be in their grasp."   Ron Ewart
 
Learn about the awakening Silent Majority at narlo.org/silentmajority.html.  Let all Americans rally around the powerful “symbol” of the Silent Majority and let us bring to a screeching halt, the pillage of our wealth by government treasonous vultures.

 

Ron Ewart, President, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RURAL LANDOWNERS. An organization dedicated to re-establish, preserve, protect and defend property rights

Ron can be reached at: r.ewart@comcast.net

 

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Josie06 Josie06
56-60, F
8 Responses Mar 5, 2009

Former President Bush ran as a conservative, he was not. His compassionate conservatism was a cloak for BIG SPENDER.

Josie06 I see you are 50-60 years old. God/dess help you. That’s the scariest age to be in this mess left by the conservatives.<br />
I will get to leave this world soon and my boys have a chance to be in on a recovery. If we recover.<br />
Thank you Bush et al...<br />
You have no chance at all… DD

Thank you Deduster for another soliloquy adding no substance to the discussion. Substance in the form of discussing the economy and what is occurring. A former economics teacher should be able to so this with out putting anyone to sleep with highly intellectualized talk.<br />
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i do not actually like the sound of my own voice, but a voice must be heard ... even if in the wilderness of non-believers and nay sayers.<br />
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LilAnnie, Japan had it's problem in the 90's, that stemming in part from an inability to change their economy away from it's heavy export reliance. We now (the U.S.) risks its own possibly prolonged period of weakness as we are failing to correct the governmental policies that contributed to our excessive trade deficits and a reliance on foreign saving.

You like the sound of your own voice. You have no clue aqs to what is going on. I understand that you and others NEED to feel that someone knows what the hell is going on but there is no way any one knows what is going on. This is far to complex for the best minds in the world to understand. And when I say best minds I am not including you...DD

Budget restraint is desperately needed. Reduction of the size of the behemoth would also shrink accordingly.<br />
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The federal government is a usurper of many powers (from the states and the citizens) that are not rightfully theirs by virtue of the Constitution. The citizenry allows it.

The author writes "If all this government spending was to pay for the true functions of government, it wouldn’t be so bad."<br />
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I would be happier if they just stopped the overspending, that would at least be a start. I have never really wanted to vote for someone because they were promising to overspend by less than their opponent. I want someone who isn't going to overspend at all.

Keynesian economics has proven to be failed economics. It is elitist wealth redistribution and fails at solving any problem, other the problem of how to take wealth away from one group and give it to another.<br />
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Stylistic hyperbole is a tool used by everyone, at one time or another, to get their points across.<br />
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The FACTS clearly show that this 'solution' is in error.

Every article I"ve read about the Japenese lost decade faults them for too little, too late, government spending during their similar housing collapse. Could it be that Obama/Reid/Pelosi/ are simply using a proven economic tool to steer us out of a rut and are not, in fact, traitors ? They are not vultures. This Ewart guy uses such hostile stylistic hyperbole!