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PRAIRIE GROUCH  
GRAND PRAIRIE TX  
March 12, 2014 7:47am
 
Bob Pritts.....Actions have consequences.
I am naive enough to think that if you
eliminate a source of income (borrowed or
confiscated from the people), that your
creditors might get nervous and start to
reduce their accounts receivable. Realistically,
I don;t believe you can eliminate approximately
one trillion dollars and not cause major
disruption. Prohibitive taxes or chaos,
your choice. Our fiscal situation was not caused
by the present generation of politicians but while
contributing to the mess, they were aided and abetted
by generations of citizens who have been conditioned
to depend on the government and willing politicians
of all parties. By their very nature Ponzi schemes
are doomed to failure. If the constitutional
principled patriots aka Tea Party people were
serious about placing our nation on a firm
fiscal foundation, they would be marching in the
streets to demand an yearly reduction in entitlements
with the gradual elimination of all payments to
the citizens from the government. Otherwise,
we will still be walking toward the cliff.
Politicians are just a reflection of those who
elected them. You can't change the action of
the politicians until the entitlement mentality
of the American people is eliminated. This won't
happen until the citizens receiving those entitlements
insist that those checks be reduced and gradually
eliminated. FAT CHANCE, :-) It's sorta like that
lady who was for Obamacare until she realized that
she would be paying for it. The entitlement mentality
is so ingrained into the American way of life that workers believe they are entitled to work breaks.
Until the constitution principled patriots aka
the Tea Party people start to remit part of their
entitlement checks back to the federal government,
I will continue to view them as they are which is
all talk and no walk.
     
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