I often times wonder what people must be thinking when they vote in liberals to office. I understand that there are a lot of feel good things said when they campaign, and they sure do deliver, but at what cost?

What is the price for the forced charity? Trillions of dollars of our hard-earned money to take care of people who believe they are entitled to these benefits now. OUr money pays for others to sit around and do nothing. The government is taking away our money and giving it to those not even willing to work for it.

In my hardest days I was working two jobs, my wife working two jobs, and we barely scraped by. But we accepted no handouts. We pushed through, and made it on our own. This hard work mentality has been forgotten and replaced with laziness, and sloth.

We need to stop this mentality and push for better results. I know it is tough right now, because of the net job losses being reported in this weakened economy. It has hit me too. I just got laid off from my day job, and rely on my limited business income that also took a hit. I tightened my belt, but I will not take a handout.

We need to especially start pushing ideas of conservatism and anti-materialism in our youth. OUr children and grandchildren are being taught that the nanny state is what we need, even though it is causing more and more economic strife to our country. We must raise up the next generation to not accept the government assistance in order for an easier life.

We have seen the government pushing to add voters to their rolls by offering and advertising more and more. Reject the idea, and make sure to stand firm on hard work, and belt-tightening as the response to hard times. This is how Americans really are.

This November we need to really push to add more conservatives to the House, add to the Senate, and retake the White House. Get out there and rally everyone voting age to help get on the path ro restoring America.

We can do this, we must do this.
God Bless/
Numquam cede, Libertatem aut mors.


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