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Donald Trump slashes taxes for poor — and wealthy…..

CQAqSNuUAAAlrhw 12038095_970188893024417_6061773053253115061_nReagaNomics 101. Cut taxRATES thereby the Vanguard for creating economic growth, it worked for Trump & Millions of Americans  then, 1980s, it will work for all of us now.  Would Ronald Reagan approve of the TRUMPSTER? 

The reality is the Federal Govt steals money we’ve earned, that we will never see again, from our paychecks, unconstitutionally.

The 16th Amendment established July 1909, was ruled by the SCOTUS at the time, as unconstitutional.  And if you know your history, and you know or have tried to understand any of the Constitution, you will know that I’m correct.

Btw, this is an example of how much power the SCOTUS really has, NADA!  Only Congress has the authority to pass laws, or to ratify the constitution.  Because the founders left us the keys to the car, we are responsible for Congress.  The founders never intended a tax levy system on our income.

Remember folks just because you hear Amendment doesn’t mean the founders had their blessings on it.  The Framers believed in consumption tax if any, the Constitution would be meaningless if they believed in the progressive income tax system in place today. Think about that, it’s just common sense.

Ask yourself this question; would any of the Constitution 39 signers agree to such a scheme?  The whole premise of the Constitution, and all the documents quite frankly was to empower the people with self Government and to abolish omnipresent Government subjugating it’s people, like the Govt we have now.  Did the majority OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE agree to the progressive tax system we have now, taking money out of our paychecks? That would be a resounding, NO!

There is a reason why the Framers did not Amend the constitution, by adding an Amendment such as the the 16thA.  If they thought the Progressive tax system in place today would have been helpful to the American people, they would have included it then. The 16thA didn’t happen until over 100 years later.  What changed since say 1790, when the 12th Amendment was enacted, and 1909?  Do your homework, and find out.  Please, don’t take my word for it, the only way you will ever know your truth, your history, is if you research yourself, that’s 50% of it, the rest comes from life experience.

One interesting note here however, the Framers left the executive branch in charge of the Federal agencies, all agencies, the ones present then, i.e. the Treasury, and now such as the Treasury that so happens to be the parent of the I.R.S.  Now the POTUS has no jurisdiction over shutting the I.R.S. down, only Congress has that authority, however the POTUS has full authority of the operations of the Internal Revenue Service, which means he’s the boss.  I will leave you now to ponder that insight-fullness

Donald Trump once again leads the country into what we are going to talk about, this time money and taxes, the main artery of our Capitalism driven society.  Listen to the video, below by clicking the link after the 2 talking heads are done talking about whatever, their opinion, continue to watch the video and Trump talks about his proposal.  Folks is there anymore we need to hear from this man before we nominate him for President?

 

Donald Trump is vowing to drastically cut income taxes for millions of Americans across the wealth spectrum while casting aside loopholes popular on Wall Street.

Source: Donald Trump slashes taxes for poor — and wealthy – CNNPolitics.com

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Carter’s “Crisis of Confidence” Now Obama’s Malaise!

Jimmy Carter’s Malaise speech is down below.

The definition of Malaise according to Wikipedia;

Malaise (/məˈlz/ mal-AZE) is a feeling of general discomfort or uneasiness, of being “out of sorts”, often the first indication of an infection or other disease. Malaise is often defined in medical literature as a “general feeling of being unwell”. The word has existed in the French language since at least the 12th century.

 

The term is also often used figuratively in other contexts; for example, “economic malaise” refers to an economy that is stagnant or in recession (compare depression). The term is particularly associated with the 1973–75 recession.[1] A speech made by President Jimmy Carter in 1979 is commonly referred to as the “malaise” speech, even though Carter did not actually use the term in this speech.

 I quote “Jimmy Carter had grown increasingly convinced that Americans had to face up to the energy crisis, but they only could do this if they faced up to the crisis in their own values,” says Kevin Mattson, author of “What the Heck Are You Up To, Mr. President?”, which examines the underlying themes of Carter’s speech. “He tried to push the energy crisis on to a kind of moral and civic plane, and the speech was used to unify around a sense of civic sacrifice.” end quote.  Kevin Mattson

I’m writing a book about the collapse of the middle class.  To be honest, I’m not a subscriber to the notion Obama losing in the fall is the, END ALL.  Yes I said Obama losing in the fall.  My calculations come from prior history such as Ronald Reagan’s chronological order of his journey to the Presidency to determine what will happen next.  In fact, I predicted, after Romney’s first interview back in 2007, or 2006, when he threw his hat in the ring first time,  that he might b the second coming of Ronald Reagan.

The subsequent events that took place post that interview would lead me to believe this.  I might be a little physic but it was history that told me so.  I remember saying to my wife right after King O’s winning the election that he had to win, in fact I told her that before the election of 2008.  If McShame had won, it would have continued the Dumicrat machines heckling of George Bush, Republicans.  McShame would have continued to spend us out of control, so on, and so on, and so on.  To me as I had said to my wife, King O winning was a blessing.  He would lead us into the promise land, really.  And he did that superbly, now here comes the second coming of Reagan. 

If you don’t believe me, just read your history, look at the similarities of both Reagan and Romney, in terms of events they were in involved with, THE PEOPLE, they were both Governor’s of blue states.  They both lost to two Republican losers. Ford and McShame.  Romney made his first attempt in the 80’s and his campaign didn’t go anywhere.  Reagan had the same results in 1968, while he was Governor of California.  Then both candidates came back a third time and won.  And both sitting Presidents, Carter & Obama, were complete failures sitting in a quagmire, their malaise.

As I said earlier I believe in history, Not craps in Las Vagas; https://politicalsleightofhand.com/2012/10/18/romney-wins-in-a-landslide-las-vegas-oddsmaker-doubles-down-on-prediction/ And that is for another blog, but the point is, Obama in my opinion is a symptom of a much greater problem in our great nation.  Does anyone remember HillaryCare?  Care to guess when HillaryCare ended?  That’s right it never ended, in fact it never began, @ least as the law was concerned.  But I will follow up on this in a future blog. 

Yet her plan never surfaced, legally, but the wreckage she left behind her was good enough.  HMO’S are in full swing and the American people are paying even more for health care.  When the ObamaCare law kicks in 2014, we will pay even more for healthcare.  In the after math of this event, people who couldn’t even afford health care  premiums will either starve to death or declare bankruptcy in record numbers.  This will finish the middle class off.  The end of  100 yr plan to send us back into proletariat land.

There was nothing wrong with health care, & the same group of people who could not afford health care premiums back in the 90’s are still with out health care today, because they cannot afford it.  Access/Cost has been the problem to health care all along. Ronald Reagan said it best, Government is the problem.  Obama is just a pawn, sent to Washington to destroy the middle class.  He failed to finish off completely, but he left carnage everywhere on his trail, his latest the deceased Ambassador for Libya. Don’t forget “The Fort Hood Shooting” (he wasn’t able to identify the terrorist there) 

There is a plethera of failures for this American President in terms of what he should have done for the American people. Once again, as did Clinton (amongst his scandals, he left us Bin Laden) Obama (amongst his scandals, 16 trillion in the hole) nuclear damage everywhere for a Republican President to clean up. 

Now Obama’s malaise blame it on everyone else, scold the American people, nothing good to say, telling us nothing new, reminding us that he is President and there ain’t a damn thing you Christians can do about it.  Always blowing his mouth off, “here’s what I’m going to do, (you know how he says Do”  Mr President I’m tired of the DODO, lol. 

I remember Carter’s speech as if it were yesterday.  Like Obama, he scolded the American people, he was telling us he doesn’t know what to do,  leaving us with ultimate melancholy .  But it was his tone, I think that’s why it was renamed the Malaise speech.  Thus the reason for this blog today. 

Ronald Reagan brought something to the American people that had been missing since Richard Nixon stepped down.  After much ponder I awoke to what it was that he gave us.  He gave us hope all wrapped up in gift paper, and We The People believed in his HOPE.  The country by then had gone into a deep dark slump much like the one we are in now.  America was exhausted.  Inflation had taken it’s toll sliding us into this malaise.  And all Carter did in that speech was push us further down the slope of no return.  That speech was all about Carter.  Carter like Obama promised to restore America.  Of course, I believed neither one of them.  And of course they did not.

Honestly I don’t know what Carter’s problem was.  Obama is part of a large movement to destroy America’s infrastructure, but Jimma, well probably a budding pacifist, and looking to change the way American President’s do business. He loathed the military, as did Clinton, but Carter really despised the military, maybe he had a bad experience in the Navy. He chopped our military down to a United Nations military.  In the end he would not use force to pound Iran for the “Hostages Crisis.”  I was deployed at the time on a secret mission to get the hostages out, it was cancelled after we were underway. Perhaps he wanted to Make America a Martyr state, I don’t know.

By the time Ronald Reagan came around we were desperate, but not ready to elect another clown.  Our arms were closed, we didn’t trust Washington any longer, much like today.  But I will tell you what, when that jolly face, radiating with hope, love, care, looked into our faces, he didn’t have to talk at all.  Ronald Reagan spoke to us through his God like eyes, and said don’t worry my friends, America is great and she will rise again.  The country passively became enthusiastic again.  Our spirits were lifted to a brand new level.  Ronald Reagan slowly began to build our confidence again, the crisis had subsided.

You see Ronald Reagan knew that the only solution to our economic problems, and our lack of ingenuity was The American people.  And he was right.  Every time Government tries to fix the problem it gets’ worse.  Just look at the recent changes in the King O credit card changes, or the banking industry, or how about ObamaCare!  The Government tried to save Vietnam, how did that turn out?  Those were just a few examples.

In closing I saw God peering through Romney’s eyes early on I think after the New Hampshire primaries, in his victory speech.  God has chosen Romney to carry the torch for Ronald Reagan.  I know that Mr Reagan is smiling down on us with great Hope that the American people will rise up and make America great again.  Amen!

President Jimmy Carter – “Crisis of Confidence” Speech – YouTube.

Was later changed to the Malaise speech.

Dems defend Obama on debt, say balancing budget now a bad idea

Take a look at the first link, then click second link to find out what the DUMIRATS have to say about our money.

http://www.usdebtclock.org/

Dems defend Obama on debt, say balancing budget now a bad idea | Fox News.

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