posted on Apr, 19 2010 @ 05:51 PM
reply to post by LaMadameDuval
While I agree with you in respects to our tax deliemas, we have to start somewhere. You have to plant the seeds of change in order for them to
blossom into an all encompassing movement. He's concerned about stopping the flow of cash to the villains in this country and if it starts with the
health care corporations, then so be it. The bill in question didn't even give us "Canadian" or "European" health care, it was more like the
laws requiring us to have car insurance to drive. Essentially, having health care to live.
When Congressman Paul introduces a bill, its not bloated and filled with ill intent; its open and honest. He's not the only one fighting, and it
isn't just a "conservative" ideal to want to end corruption. We've had so many people in our government pushing for a nanny-state and slowly
decaying our once sought after independence. Yes, I believe there are hard times and everyone needs help, yes I believe in unemployment to an extent,
but why should we keep handing out money left and right to everyone, including large companies who keep shipping our jobs off overseas and degrading
the average wage to that of pennies? On top of that we have ever growing tax demands and people actually believe this health care bill is going to
grant them free medical care? Its all a joke and guess what? We're the punchline.
Whether or not you believe with Congressman Paul's views on social issues isn't the issue, its about his core belief in pursuing the constitution
and the foundations of our "god-given" liberties. Its about punishing greed and failure instead of enabling it to continue. And, finally, its about
us as people realizing we have worth, realizing we're more than just commodities to be bought, sold, and traded.