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As our nation moves closer to inauguration day and the obscene party that will take place to commemorate the 2nd coronation of Barrack Hussein Obama, I wonder when it will all come to a screeching halt. I wonder what future event will shake our Republic so hard that the people just say enough is enough and stop contributing to the irresponsible bureaucracies that are stealing our future. You know, like a tax revolt or something?

Deficits, Debt, Debt ceilings, paying our bills, billion dollar Presidential campaigns, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, department after department, GSE after GSE, our governments so called top notch management and its massive army of employees is failing. The numbers don’t lie. Any organization that fails to respect revenue, costs, and a budget will eventually become addicted to waste, fraud, and abuse—and collapse becomes inevitable.

While the lawyers running our government argue over legislating how much Americans must contribute to, borrow for and spend to maintain the cesspool of corruption that is the Federal government, I don’t hear much talk about reducing government operating costs and waste. With millions of employees and hundreds of departments you would think they could streamline some stuff and find a little money to contribute to the unprecedented and stupid spending decisions they are making. I mean does America really need P.S.A.’s and billboard campaigns?

Inspector general David Williams was recently reported to have warned that the U.S. Postal Service will require a bailout or it will cease to exist. Somehow the mail carriers of America have managed to lose around $41 billion dollars over the last five years. Year after year, the USPS has had to borrow money from the U.S. Treasury to service its pension obligations, yet they found $41 million to sponsor a world class bicycle team for Lance Armstrong. Two wars being fought on two fronts and the American taxpayer paid a guy for ten years to ride a bike up and down some fancy hills? I guess it was important for the morale of America. Too bad the guy had to cheat to win.

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