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Wednesday, June 01, 2011 

Time to take care of our own

It is time that we start to take care of our own, meaning enough subsidising the rest of the world. Until Congress and the Senate can real in their spending sprees, we have to consider stopping the waste of giving away billions that we do not have.

I may sound heartless, but we have to take care of our selves before we can save the world. Take any African country as an example. Millions of U.S.dollars have been given to them to improve their nation economically and manufacturing, along with living standards. Has this been achieved? Not even close. These countries still live in squallier and could care less for the most part on improvement for their people. Their governments are living high on the U.S. hog but the people are not. So why are we giving them more and more money?

In the middle east we are hated. So why in the hell are we giving them money, especially when the money goes into the hands of those who would like to see us dead? Stupid is as stupid does I suppose.

All the while the average American family is going down in living standards. More and more are having to go on the welfare rolls in one way or another. The increase of food stamps, increase in unemployment extensions. The lists go on and on. Yet the current administration and those in the federal legislature want to give away money to foreign governments. Why? It does not make any sense.

At least a step in the right direction was made with the vote on not increasing the debt ceiling last night. This is a move in the correct direction of fiscal responsibility. Now it is time to examine where the money is going and to make cuts in wasteful spending.

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