2014 Voting Primer:
Know the ABCs of Big Government Finance for Our Future
By Richard Charles (Ricardo Carlos)
Potential Las Vegas District 1 US Rep Candidate
Ask ourselves, if we the citizen voter were in charge of government, what would we fix?
Well, we are in charge of government, according to our founding fathers and principled documents like our Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights.
No wonder they call them public servants.
If any US Rep incumbent, re-elected over 90% of the time, voted for $17 trillion in Federal Debts ($148,000 per taxpayer) and $125 Trillion in unfunded mandate liability debts ($1 Million per taxpayer) that cannot be repaid without destroying the dollar, then they deserve early retirement before it is too late for America:
Hint: Our so-called US Reps just about all voted for growing government faster than the economy and population, taxation without representation.
One exception was Ron Paul. He retired after his third race for a Constitutional Presidency and Executive Branch. Even a principled politician gets tired of banging his head against the wall.
Dr Paul, who at 76 hit a home run at the annual Congressional hardball game, enjoyed actual citizen support that made him more popular than Obama and Romney at the polls. A busy American public believed monopoly media headlines hiding election fraud.
The result of a century of big corporate government money trust special interest politics was exactly this:
A) Over 4 million Federal union employees with $225 Billion a year pensions we can’t afford
B) A corrections (prison) population of 7 million costing taxpayers up to $60,000 each, the highest incarceration rate in the world, costing up to $420 Billion a year we can't afford:
C) Over 11 million Americans officially Unemployed, costing US over $350 Billion a year we can't afford
D) Over 14 million Disabled Americans costing US over $196 Billion a year we can't afford
E) Over 19 million Local and State union employees costing US $2.28 Trillion a year we can't afford
F) Over 22 million Actually Unemployed US costing US maybe $750 Billion a year we can't afford
G) Over 47 Million Americans Retired, costing US $802 Billion per year we can't afford
H) Over 47 million Americans on Food Stamps costing US $110 Billion a year we can't afford
I) Over 50 Million Americans living in Poverty we can't afford
J) Over 80 Million Americans outside the Workforce we can't afford
K) Less than 114 Million American taxpayers carrying the load and trying to keep up with costs we can't afford
L) A population of 316 Million, at least ten percent of them undocumented illegal aliens we can't afford
M) Never-ending unConstitutional Black Ops, Depleted Drone Wars, Indefinite Detention Martial Law, Police State surveillance and Wars on Citizens, Drugs, “Gooks”, Jobs and Poverty that spend over $6 Trillion a year on unproductive government we can't afford that takes from productive people
In sum, the US government, with debts 8 times our economy, is the SS Titanic, thanks to incumbent politicians.
If we citizen voters knew and acted to fix that, we would immediately end voter fraud and retire those who created this mess hanging over ourselves and our children in our home of the brave and land of the free.
Everyone thinks their politician US Rep is a special exception to the rule.
If we only knew our incumbent Rep’s voting record, we would know the truth and the truth would set US all free.
For instance, in District 1 Las Vegas, the incumbent Freshman from two different rigged Districts voted this way:
On 28 June 2013 voted against Offshore Energy and Jobs Act, reducing jobs and pay
On 20 June 2013 voted against Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act of 2013, raising food costs
On 18 June 2013 voted against Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, ending lives
On 14 June 2013 voted for indefinite detention record spending National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2014
On 6 June 2013 voted for Immigration Executive Order, increasing crime, debts, spending, taxes and lowering wages
On 5 June 2013 voted to Delay National Flood Insurance Premiums Increases, wrecking free market efficiency
On 4 June 2013 voted to Authorize Funds for the Construction of United States Prison for Prisoners from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, after the President promised to close Gitmo
On 23 May 2013 voted against Smarter Solutions for Students Act, as a retired college professor
On 22 May 2013 voted that “Reliance on Oil Sands Crudes for Transportation Fuels Would Likely Result in an Increase in Incremental Greenhouse Gas Emissions" for higher energy prices, to raise fuel costs
On 22 May 2013 voted to Increase Time to File a Claim Under the Northern Route Approval Act from 60 Days to 1 Year, to further delay the Keystone Pipeline, further raising energy costs with more red tape
On 22 May 2013 voted to Require All Oil and Refined Fuels Transported Through the Keystone XL Pipeline to be Used Only in The United States, thus hampering efficient free market lower prices
On 22 May 2013 voted against the Northern Route Approval Act, against the Keystone Pipeline good jobs
On 17 May 2013 voted against SEC Regulatory Accountability Act, keeping Wall Street dirty
On 16 May 2013 voted against Repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Health Care-Related Provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, that already has $2.2 Trillion dollar cost overruns, 100% 0care insurance hikes and was delayed by the President
On 9 May 2013 voted against Full Faith and Credit Act, increasing risk of US default
On 8 May 2013 voted against Working Families Flexibility Act of 2013
On 18 April 2013 voted for Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, domestic espionage
On 15 April 2013 voted against Federal Employee Tax Accountability Act of 2013
On 12 April 2013 voted against Preventing Greater Uncertainty in Labor-Management Relations Act
On 21 March 2013 voted against Establishing the Budget for the United States Government for Fiscal Year 2014 and Setting Forth Appropriate Budgetary Levels for Fiscal Years 2015 Through 2023
As Marie Antionette said, “Let them eat cake.”
The Big Lie of incumbent Politicians is that there is a free lunch and they deliver it.
Fewer and fewer people support more and more people out of work, with less and less savings after higher cost of living, more red tape and taxes.
We don't need no stinking badge.
We need a license to drive. What do politicians need beside a lot of chutzpah and special interest money to vote against their constituents while taxing them?
No wonder Gallup Poll found Americans have a 5% Great Confidence rating for Congress, right below HMOs, Organized Labor, Big Business, Newspapers, TV News, Banks, Criminal Justice and Public Schools:
Isn’t it about time We the People did something to fix this for our better brighter future of liberty, life, justice, peace and prosperity for all?
Sincerely, Richard Charles (Ricardo Carlos)
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