posted on Mar, 4 2012 @ 02:52 PM
This issue can be contrued in so many different perspectives it's un-real.
I was once considered middle class. I own two small business, I pay property taxes on 2 properties, and I can say this. ..Maintaining insurance on
both properties is very expensive, especially when your already taxed for sales, federal tax, school district tax, property taxes and so on..
Times are very tough right now so with that said, Yes. Yes, we should be able to afford disaster insurance but we're broke. We pay into the federal
government so much we feel like slaves to the government. We bust our ass and worry ourselves to death on how were going to come up with money to pay
the state and fed each year, that we feel like quitting. We don't feel free. ..it's a very scary feeling having the state comptroller walk into your
office and hear " Next time we come back with a Sherrif to chains your doors shut".
What I'm saying I guess is that, Paul is right, we should be able to afford our own insurance.
He also believes we need to get rid of the tax code, and implement a more leinient system. Which would in turn provide us with more money to pay for
coverage like that. ...he's right. Our system is sick and the reason he's viwed as a radical is because he acknowledges that fact and wants to
His views aren't new ideas, these are the philosophies of our founders. Our "new government" have brainwashed so many with confusion and loss of
foundation, that we can't see the truth when it's staring us in the face.
Ron Paul 2012