When even the Washington Post turns on a Democrat, you know it’s bad. The media insists on calling children crossing the border a “crisis”. A crisis is a sudden and unforeseen calamity. This current problem was well known to the administration in early 2012. As the Post notes, “Obama’s reelection took priority.” This “crisis” has been a slow snowball rolling down the hill and getting bigger for over 2 years now. How is a known 2 year old problem a crisis? In a July 19 article, the Post shows the timeline for over 2 years detailing the administrations incompetence. In the quote below, the 3 first ladies of these countries saw what was coming:
“In April 2012, the first ladies of Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala voiced their concerns at a conference in Washington on unaccompanied minors.”
But my problem isn’t really with the administration, Congress or even the media. My problem is with the American people. The old Who song said ‘don’t get fooled again’. We do. Over and over and over. Rahm Emanuel even gave away the game, “Don’t let a crisis go to waste. You can do things in a crisis that you couldn’t do otherwise.”
This is not a game. My tax money is being wasted, and real sovereignty is being lost. This is not a joke. The transformation of a nation is taking place, and no one cares. If it was just stupidity, once in awhile things would go in our favor. They don’t. This is not stupidity, this is design.
When you tally up all the department heads and agency heads that have been “asleep at the switch” on this, the numbers are staggering. Homeland Security, the intelligence community, all the Congressional committees, it’s mindboggling. Our cup of incompetence is running over. This has been going on for decades. Yet this November, less than 5 % of the incumbents will lose their job. How is that possible?
Americans will get fooled again. And we will continue this bullshit of crisis management.
A man on the radio today from the Policy Research Institute said our national debt is now at the level where it will increase exponentially. The $17.6 trillion dollar debt we currently have will increase to $52 trillion within 25 years. Oh don’t tell me, nobody saw it coming.
“It is terrible to contemplate how few politicians are hanged.”
— Gilbert Keith Chesterton
(1874-1936) British essayist, critic, poet, and novelist