Let’s see if we can make this fairly direct and hopefully
Do we – thefundamentals –
think what is going on has anything to do with Russia – its frequently elected
boss – its futzing around in our elections – just like our country does in
The answer to the above is –
no – not for a second
So what is going on?
Well what’s about to
occur? Do you know?
We do – two things – a new
judge in a few months and an election in one or two more. That’s what’s going on
Well so what – doesn’t that
happen often? Every two years – maybe a
bit longer for the judge?
You bet – but that’s not why what is going on (by the democrats and the press) is going on. The reason is basic – fundamental – obvious –
and it is all about the party out of control finding themselves losing more
control come the senate vote on the judge and come the vote on
the 435 and 1/3 of the 100 on 11/6/2018
So what will they do or try
to do? Well darn near anything and they have
several groups that also realize what is going on and those groups face the
exact same deterioration/reduction/fear of disappearance that the democrats
realize is occurring and it simply is based on their ongoing failure and what
they think will postpone that awareness
Stop and look at the financial
condition of anywhere they currently and for some time have had political
control – here is our quick list – DC -
New Jersey – Illinois – California – and more – here take a look:
The above is several years
old but do this – on your own – ask to see the debt and the pension obligations
of some of the places in blue and green above – or read the following:
o “Having promised public workers
big pensions without saving the money to pay them, many of these states are
fiscal time bombs. Nationwide, state pensions have unfunded liabilities
totaling nearly $1.4 trillion, according to Pew Research. Not coincidentally, of the states with the
10 largest deficits by dollar value, eight do not have a right-to-work law.
Three states—California, Illinois and New Jersey—account for a third of the
pension hole. California and New Jersey each have net liabilities of about $170
billion, and Illinois’s are $140 billion.”
Illinois crisis is so severe that paying the promised pensions would require a
30-year property-tax increase that would cost the median Chicago homeowner
$2,000 a year, according to a study from three
economists at the Chicago Fed. Not a penny of that added tax money would pay
for better schools, police, roads, hospitals or libraries. Already, Illinois’s
property taxes are among the country’s highest.
change spur pension fixes and other fiscal reforms in states like California,
and Illinois, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Maryland?
Folks the democrat party
and its towns, cities and states are on the chosen road of self destruction. Study it – then study it more. Ask yourself
– do I want my country/state/city to become one of those places? My kids - their kids - to live there?
If the democrats can get
back in control – they already have the media – it needs the same nonsense to
survive – and get back control of the house and the senate then they can print
the money/open the borders/buy votes for another 10 or 20 years before the “you
know what” hits the fan!
going on and why? Now you know.