Monday, November 07, 2005

Tomorrow is election day in much of America

There is not an election in Indiana tomorrow; but, there is in most of The United States.

Some of the readers of this blog are from states other then Indiana.

Please go out and vote. I think you can make a difference.

In my opinion, our country will soon reach a turning point; I think we all need to do everything we can to elect politicians who will stop America from going down the path we are currently embarked upon.

The Federal debt just went over $8,000,000,000,000 dollars, that is 8 TRILLION dollars.

Depending on whose figures you use the unfunded liabilities in Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security are between 61 and 75 TRILLION more dollars in the next 75 years.

Something will have to change. We cannot continue to pass on this debt to future generations, we must stop the fiscal insanity.

On social issues we have got to decrease the size of the Feederal government, we have to resotre the rights of the fifty states, and we have to get the government out of every aspect of our lives and businesses!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

America needs some tough financial love from the government. But no politician on the take (only 80% if were lucky) will vote themselves out of office by cutting jobs/raising taxes/cutting out the PORK/holding corpurations liable for their actions/ect..


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