Can we trust the U.S. Government anymore? I Don’t Think So!

Are we in fact, planning on giving up the United States of America? Every time I turn around, the U.S. government is leaning more towards opening the borders and making this country into a world public park instead of a country. I received an e-mail about the DOJ that seems a bit strange, but then again, Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor is a world government proponent instead of a United States proponent, and she doesn’t seem interested in our own judicial rules (I wouldn’t give her a job as the judge of a pie eating contest). The quote on the top of the DOJ home page is another example of our own government giving up our country to the world “The common law is the will of mankind, issuing from the life of the people”. The U.S. supporting a digital-television-only law that supports China, seems a bit over the top considering the coupons for the digital converter boxes were probably paid for with money borrowed from China, the digital converter boxes are all from China, the digital antenna’s are all from China, and the digital televisions are mostly if not all made in China. The poorest people in this country can’t afford to change to digital anything and are therefore, without television at all. Our companies are allowed to sell out to China without our government saying anything or asking any questions. Cable companies are monopolies in most areas, that our local governments support. Patents are sold out from under our noses to the highest bidding countries and China doesn’t follow our patent laws anyway, and frequently make the stuff that they sell us, with a higher lead content. Whose country are you for anyway, The United States of Obama? When will you begin supporting the country that you live in, or don’t you live here anymore? That would make sense considering how the U.S. government, that is supposed to represent the U.S. citizens, no longer does anything similar to that. If you want to create jobs, support U.S. businesses, not foreign companies. They aren’t U.S. companies if more than 49% of the products and services are made outside of the U.S. and sold to the U.S. You may think that the anti-trust division is the wrong place to send this e-mail, but we don’t trust D.C. anymore because no-one is on our side. We don’t even have a national language, and soon they will get rid of our national flag (or have an Acorn flag) if we don’t figure out how to fix this enormous problem.

About rossmeister

Husband, Father, Have Cats, Philosopher on World Issues, Future Author, Aviation Technician, Hate Snow and winters longer than three months. If you want to argue a point with me, pretend that I'm a judge in a courtroom, and you need to tell me the facts as you know and see them so you can argue in the attempt to win your case. There are no guarantees that you will win, but your chances are better if you use this method.
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4 Responses to Can we trust the U.S. Government anymore? I Don’t Think So!

  1. Levi Bayman says:

    I’m sick to death of reading Blogs with very low high quality content and I am so glad that I located your write-up nowadays. It has certainly cleared plenty of things up for me

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  2. Alexander says:

    Don’t go that way 😛

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  3. Renea Mancil says:

    Great post and straight to the point. I am not sure if this is actually the best place to ask but do you folks have any ideea where to get some professional writers? Thx

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  4. you have brought up a very wonderful points , thanks for the post.

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