Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Ronald Reagan - "Government Is The Problem"

This Blogger recently received a birthday gift of a framed picture of my hero Ronald Reagan with his famous quote,  "Government is not the solution to our problem, government is the problem".   After nearly five years of Socialist President Obama and all his Socialist Schemes designed to grow government, at the expense of the Makers in our society, by redistribution of income to take care of his PEEP's,  Ronald Reagan's adage rings truer than ever. 

Obama has added Trillions to our National Debt, with no end in sight, moving our country that much closer to bankruptcy and economic collapse.    Even so, we still have 20 million Americans either unemployed, under employed working part time that want full time work, or that have just given up looking for work altogether.   50 million Americans are now on Food Stamps, up 20 million since Obama was elected.  Nearly, 10 million Americans are now collecting Disability Benefits, up 2 million since Obama first took office, draining the Social Security Trust Fund, pushing Social Security that much closer to insolvency.   About 100 million Americans are getting some kind of government check. 

And, the age old question, asked by Reagan when he ran against Carter,  "Are you better off today than you were 4 years ago", is still relevant as most Americans are worse off today than when Bush II was President.  Obama has been a national disaster as bad as any war, tornado, earthquake or hurricane, we have ever faced. 

And, with all the Obama Scandals; Fast and Furious, Benghazi, the IRS Dirty Tricks, seizing phone records of Reporters, Big Brother NSA monitoring of all aspects of daily life and the State Department cover up of Sex and Drugs misdeeds, it becomes clearer by the day that Obamanistas are a serious threat to our freedom.   Ronald Reagan was indeed right.  Government is the problem, not the solution.   We are learning that lesson the hard way every day of the Obama Presidency. 

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