The Second Declaration of Indepencence

Thursday, January 12, 2012

The Fax business; a growing business concept.

The Fax business; a growing business concept.

Entrepreneurship is alive and well in America and the current political crisis is just too good of a thing to not capitalize on.

These days with all three legs of government, the White House, the justice department and Congress going haywire with corruption and the frenetic floury of atrocities committed by all three, it is a perfect opportunity for making a lot of cash by capitalizing on the citizens concerns for their liberty and safety.

As a blogger and a concerned citizen who tries to write articles and letters of concern for the purpose of educating and wakening those that are not yet aware of the extreme dangers that are now befalling us and about to destroy our way of life and our freedoms, I can very well see that one needs to somehow get funded in order to succeed with these worthwhile efforts and also in order to feed his family while working for the good of the people.

What is hard to fathom is the sheer number of atrocities that are being committed by the government and those wanting to destroy American freedom and it is also hard to fathom how much money it would cost an individual to contribute $25.00 or more for each and every one of these atrocities at that rate. It would amount to a lot of money in short order and no one would be able to send in his or her personal fax for all of the misdeeds that they were concerned with.

I don’t mind a patriot receiving some monetary support for his or her efforts to support our welfare, but I do mind some of these opportunist attempts to get wealthy off of the crisis.

I have never solicited for monetary support even though the time that I have spent has eroded my efforts to make a living as I believe it is tacky, but I have donated to what I have considered a worthwhile cause that needs funds in order to carry out their stated mission.

I simply think that it is tacky for someone that does basically the same thing as I do, to charge the same amount of fees as one would expect to donate to a real organization such as the Tea Party or to the Ron Paul Campaign for each and every fax they send out to a group of Congressmen.

Yes it could be a worthwhile effort to fax these devious rascals, providing that we could do it with enough volume, but who can afford it at the going rate?

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