The Second Declaration of Indepencence

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Stop feeding the monster before it eats you.



Stop feeding the monster before it eats you.

Every time I hear someone say that the government needs money to operate, I shudder and wonder how people can be so ignorant of reality. Sure, the federal government does need a certain amount of money to run things like the military and capital hill but the bulk or the majority of government services should be for one, actual people oriented services and second should be administered locally, not nationally as explained and set forth by the Constitution.

The idea that government needs the money and uses it for the good of the people is preposterous at best and wishful thinking by those ignorant of economics and what the meaning of freedom is.

Ask any citizen to name a dozen of their favorite “federal government agencies” and what it is that these agencies do for them and they will have great difficulty with even naming a few. Most will name the fire department and police which are city, county or state.

Now consider that the government has grown to well over 1200 agencies, that most of us don’t have a clue what they do, and has millions of government employees to drain the tax base and you can see the scope of the problem.

Not only that, but these agencies grow in size every year and demand more and more dollars for operational costs and it all sizes up to a calamity of monstrous proportions.

Many of these giant government agencies have morphed into police like organizations and no longer should be considered as service related agencies such as the Forest Service and BLM.

In my humble opinion, the best thing that anyone could do for America is to stop the government from taking the hard earned money from those that work for it and let them spend it anyway they want. Chances are, they will spend a good proportion of that money to create new jobs.

The combination of the countless, and mostly unconstitutional, laws that the Federal and State lawmakers have made, compounded by the myriad of rules and regulations that the multitude of agencies have created, by the unconstitutional “Federal Register” system, has created so much red tape and so many road blocks as to paralyze an entire nation.

Stopping the flow of money to the monster is paramount to our survival, but only by completely dissolving and restarting the federal government will bring our country back to its original greatness. Anything short of this will result in failure.