America is in dire straights. Our national debt will soon eclipse a massive and unsustainable $15 trillion. Republicans and democrats in Washington refuse to honor their oath by making the right choices. Our military is overworked, overextended and far too costly. The incapable, destructive and useless Federal Reserve continue to promote itself as America’s super hero – but it only worsens our standing domestically and globally.
Americans have long suffered from the policies of its government and central bank. From numerous and costly wars to showbiz politics that do little to help us, there’s now a growing outcry against the sponsored suits who believe they know best for 330 million citizens. Washington and the Federal Reserve have shown Americans and the world their lack of discipline, honesty and commitment to the U.S. Constitution and the people.
Elections have failed to produce any real results over the last few decades. Americans have consistently voted for polished suits, handsome faces and elaborate speeches that simply recycle the past. Some will argue that the benefits are plentiful, yet one look at the numbers (debt, wars, policies, liabilities) and it’s easy to see that America has failed in good monetary and government policy.
Washington’s appetite for endless wars, occupation of foreign lands and irreparable debt is never a good thing for our country. And as we watch the establishment struggle for survival and relevance, the timing couldn’t be better to reconsider what government and money should be going into 2012.
It is my belief that all Americans must now look and think beyond the failed political and monetary structure that has created our dismal reality. The people cannot accept more failure from a broken system that cannot be fixed. Perhaps the Internet is now America’s only hope to restoring our country, currency and social structure. The elite will fight and claw their way to maintaining their power, but in the end, America can do better without them.
I urge you to reconsider what government and money means to you. I urge you to demand a better government and currency for your country, family and friends. I urge you to speak out against the status quo for destroying America, our freedoms and way of life. I urge you to have conversations with your neighbors about the state of our nation and its future.
Current events demand Americans to think outside the box. Imagine the America we all deserve, then tell someone about it. Share your ideas and thoughts. But most important, please set aside partisan politics. Our reliance on party ideals is partly to blame for our problems.