Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Socialists Create A Culture Of Dependency

Ever since Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal, Socialists have been busy creating a culture of dependency in the United States.  The end result is that we are a weaker people because of it.  And, Socialists, though presumably with good intentions have destroyed the African American family in the United States as the majority of Black children are now born out of wedlock.   Lyndon Johnson's Great Society was the icing on the cake as welfare, food stamps and all sorts of programs were enacted to "help" the poor.  

Today, there are 47 million people on food stamps, roughly 14% of all Americans, more than in the history of the United States.  That is roughly one seventh of all Americans receiving government assistance to buy food.   In addition, in various Title I schools in the inner city, children receive free breakfast and lunch presumably because their parents receiving food stamps can't be trusted to feed them, or pack a lunch.   As such, Socialist President Obama is the Food Stamp and Welfare President.   Clearly, we have lost our way.   This is all happening in the name of "social justice", which are just code words for redistribution of income. 

As such, the elections of 2012 and 2014 are really a debate about Food Stamps or Paychecks.   We need to create an opportunity society where the able bodied are working and not dependent on the government for sustenance.   Of course, the Socialists love this dependence because it is their ticket to continued power as those who are dependent vote for them to continue the dependency.   Look, no one is opposed to feeding needy children, senior citizens and those with physical or mental disabilities that cannot work, but how long should the American tax payer feed those who can work; but choose not to because they do not have the education, or skills to command more than minimum wage.

Obviously, our public education system is broken.   Though it is politically incorrect, we should implement the system used by many foreign countries and that is testing in junior high to determine whether a student is college bound, or should be receiving vocational education in high school and beyond to learn a skill or trade  It is criminal that students graduate from public high schools with neither the ability to read at grade level, nor a skill that will allow them to earn a decent living.   There is absolutely nothing wrong with being an electrician, plumber, carpenter or chef.  Anyone who has had to hire one can attest to the their earning potential.  And, if someone is erroneously put into vocational education because he or she is a late bloomer, there is always the community college system to correct the "injustice" of presuming that the individual was not college material.  In a worse case scenario, we could end up with a doctor who knows how to fix a leaky faucet. 

None of this will happen as long as Socialist are in power at the federal or state levels, which is another reason we must sweep them, including Obama, out of office in 2012 and 2014.  We must end this culture of dependency that is bankrupting our nation by electing common sense Conservatives that support free market capitalism, limited government, lower taxes and less regulation, a balanced budget, term limits, real education, energy and health care reform, a strong national defense, including securing our border and fighting Terrorism, a strong national defense, the right to bear arms, the sanctity of life and family values that are the foundation of our nation.   This is the platform supported by the majority of the American people and the only way to restore economic growth and jobs in our country.  

We must take our country back in 2012 and 2014 to end this culture of dependency.   We can do it.  We must do it to preserve our freedom, our nation and way of life for the sake of our children and grandchildren.  The best way to take care of the poor is to create jobs in an opportunity society.  We must turn these people into tax payers, not tax users, that contribute to a vibrant and productive America.        

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