ALL Government Policies & Candidates Need Reform

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    ALL Government Policies & Candidates Need Reform

    Our government and society is totally broken. The Public Policies advocated by BOTH Parties, AND the Thirds for that matter, conspicuously do not serve the Individual, the Nation, or Humanity very well.

    We need to take a fresh and complete look at every single law and public policy that is in place as to whether such laws and public policies really serve our informed interests as individuals and as a nation. EVERYTHING needs to be on the table, including the Constitution, all of its Amendments, and every past decision of the Federal Courts since our Founding.

    Then when we look at EVERYTHING from scratch, nothing can be off the table, absolutely nothing. We must look at all the salaries, pensions and benefits handed out by government at every level, and those of non-profits, and even private companies. Nothing must escape scrutiny if we are to have real reform.

    We must look at Social Security and Unions, Medicare and Medicaid, Unemployment Compensation and Workers Compensation, the so-called "Practice" of Law and the "Practice" of Medicine, Debt, Credit and its collection, Schools, Churches and their tax exemptions, Government owned and operated Schools, the Military, the Police, and Prisons. In short, every single institution must be scrutinized as to in what way it is serving the nation and the individual, and what ways it is not, and the cost benefits in each instance.

    There is a general consensus that the Nation as of now is a bloated pig, overfed, and underworked. The best things that need doing, it is not doing, and the worst things those it is doing.

    Now, all these ideas of reform will be controversial, (reform always is) because we, like past nations, have become totally enslaved to every special interest, and interest, imaginable. These "Interests" have crowded out totally, the National Interest, and the Interest of the Individual. We even have nit-wit professors teaching students things like that the sum of all Special Interests equals the National Interest and thereby meets the needs of the Individual. Fact is, they absolutely do not. Every Special Interest, or Interest by its very nature is contrary to the National Interest, and contrary to the Interest of the Individual. This needs to be clearly recognized from the start.

    No matter how painful this process is, it must be done or the Republic, and the dream it represents, is dead. Just as an old house must be remodeled from time to time, or it will fall down, so societies must be remodeled from time to time or they collapse.

    Presently not one single candidate in this country advocates such an examination and audit of our society, but here and there there are encouraging signs that the idea is not dead. There are examples of reform, but they are very, very few indeed. We elect people who promise "change" all the time, but they never change anything, and when they do, it is something that is worse than the problem it was designed to solve. We can't go on this way. In a Republic, we the people can produce non-violent change, but it must work to actually produce that change or the nation will descend into violence to try to solve its problems. This is the problem and these are the choices.
     
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    A Perfect Example Of Our Collapsing Society

    Lawsuit Evidence Obama Used 39 DIfferent Social Security Numbers & 149 Addresses!

    This is what we get when we continue to allow an out of control government to run wild for 20+ years.

    This isn't about the false-faced Democrat vs Republican "Dog & Pony" show they put on for the people on a regular basis. It's about political crime families prominently, but not exclusively, Democrat and Republican that do the bidding of the banking/military/pharmaceutical etc. industrial complex for money and power contrary to the national interest or the interest of individual citizens.

    We've been lied to about almost every major event for at least 20+ years. The media is under total control by the same group of people that own our politicians.

    Now we get this. A true "Manchurian Candidate" in the White House that has almost no records of anything he has said or done during his entire life, a veritable President from Hell, or Mars.

    The recent Major Cook lawsuit contains evidence proving that Obama has listed he lived at 149 different addresses and has used 39 different social security numbers!

    The evidence contained in exhibit B shows that Barrak Hussein Obama might have used as many as 149 addresses and 39 Social Security Numbers prior to assuming office as president. The Social Security number most commonly used by Barrak Hussein Obama is the one issued by the state of Connecticut, the state where Barrak Hussein Obama never resided and that shows him to be 119 years old, and may have been one of his father's SS numbers.

    This coupled with the fact that Mr Obama’s grandmother, Madeline Dunham was a volunteer at the Oahu Circuit Court Probate department and had access to the Social Security Numbers of the deceased, constitutes circumstantial evidence casting serious doubt on the legitimacy of Mr Obama and his claims of being born on U.S. territory.

    Why can't he just come clean? He has hidden everything about his life, and for what? Check it out.
     
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    So this thread subject is merely a vessel for you to use your birther claims without it going to the Conspiracy Theory Forum? :eusa_eh:
     
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    Not at all. It is just one instance of the corruption of the nation and the rule of law that is pervasive throughout our society.

    Another example is the "retirement" system in this country. Where employees conspire to loot the system. A typical cop, goes on the police force at say, 18, and "works" till 40 or so, where he, or she, promptly goes out on retirement at near full salary for the rest of his life, say to 90 this means we are going to pay this person for doing no work for most of their life, 50 years, on top of full benefits. This is outrageous robbery of the public, and should be stopped.

    A Congress person can retire on near full salary after only "serving" as little as 3 years. I don't know the exact figures, but if you care you can find them, MAYBE.

    Another example: You pay a co--payment for your medical needs, but a bum who is on Medicaid pays nothing, not a single penny. Everyone should pay something, no matter how small.

    No, I am talking her on this thread about tens of thousands of instances of corruption and wrong doing on a vast scale, and I can go into every one of them if need be.
     
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    So what you're saying is we need death panels so people don't live until 90? :eusa_think:

     
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    We need more weapons in schools to keep our children safer.
     
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    And Palin is the right choice?
     
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    No. The corruption in the candidates and policies is just a symptom of a more serious problem: The corruption of the people.

    We need to reform ourselves if we want to see the changes we want in the world.
     
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    You are making the perfect the enemy of the good. First we hang the bad leaders then we see to the people's flaws. You are working from the wrong end of things which is a clever way of defending the Status Quo, where nothing changes.

    You are creating a false logic. Of course the real problem is the corruption of broad masses of the people, BUT this corruption has been encouraged, aided and abetted by leaders of Government, specifically Democrat government, at all levels. The people properly look to their leaders to lead them in a right direction, rather than being intent on corrupting them further.

    Our leadership nationwide is defective, including our church and academic so-called leadership. So don't shift the burden of all this onto the "people." Yeah, Blame the People. We have think of it as a being the fault of those who "lead" the people, and execute them, after of course, a fair trial.

    And yes, Palin is the best choice as of now, and as it stands now she is definitely the best choice, and most importantly, she has the love and trust of the "folks," not that you would know who the "folks" are.
     
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    Can't effect change if we blame it on our leaders and refuse to do anything about our own lives.

    We need men and women who choose to live virtuous lives.

    You seem to think that the only type of leadership we can see is that of politicians. That's incorrect and it's an abrogation of our responsibilities to stand up and lead our own communities.
     

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