I spent some time online participating in a debate with liberals regarding the economy and taxes. Here is one of the Q&A's I responded to:
Blink asked, "If you don't like Obama's America, why don't you leave it?"
What makes you think I don't like my country? I simply disagree with the Marxist policies of this administration. You have an incredibly flawed perception of things and it causes you to have an extraordinary ability to assume things that are completely out of phase with reality.
Then Blink asked, "Declare yourself: would you vote to pay us more or less?"
A question that keeps buzzing around in the grey matter between my ears is whether or not the majority of my fellow Americans actually embrace the American principles of individualism, self reliance and personal responsibility that made our nation so great? Or has the majority of our citizens become mired in the failed ideology that leads to lumping all of us into "segments of society" that can then be controlled by the government?
As the health care debate rages on in Washington, the American people have been treated to a front-row seat to a government unsure of which direction to go – despite the same party controlling both houses of Congress and the presidency.
It doesn't matter what you think. The government is going to do whatever they want regardless of the will of the people. Millions of Americans went to Tea Parties, town halls, and Washington D.C. to tell our representatives that we do not want government controlled health care. Despite the outpouring of grassroots opposition Democrats in Congress and President Obama are planning to slip it into unrelated legislation instead of out in the open.