Do you know what irritates me to no end, politics and politicians who make all kinds of promises with no means or intention of keeping them, but fully expecting to influence your vote? Here we are in the midst of midterm elections in this state. On the one hand Democrats are billing themselves as the party of the people. On the other hand Republicans are calling themselves the party for the people. In reality politicians on both sides of the isle by their actions are bent on destroying the very people they represent.
We’ve gone from the massive toilet paper shortage of 2020 to the baby formula shortage of 2022. Where has it all gone? Plus we have a gas shortage, massive price hikes and a mass marketing campaign for electric vehicles, solar panels and going green to save the planet. It seems to me we are in a self-destruct mode which includes the battle on killing off our inheritance – our offspring. Then we have INS, CBP, HLS and other law enforcement agencies seeking out peace loving citizens while turning the other cheek to this influx of illegal aliens, and going one further by facilitating their insertion into our cities by the dead of night, unnoticed and without care. US Immigration law says anyone aiding aliens entering illegally are guilty of violating federal statutes. So who’s minding the store?
It irks me greatly when someone says President Biden is on our side. Biden has never been on anyone’s side but his own. In fact rarely are politicians on anyone’s side. Look at those currently in office (both sides of the isle in both chambers of congress) and then look at how long they’ve been sitting in their elected office versus what have they done to make this country better? Look at the bills that are being considered, voted on and passed on to the president for signature and tell me what pet pork projects are hidden between the lines or in subsequent amendments? A number of those in office today went in when they were barely out of high school or college and have never had a real job. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again here – why does public service have a retirement plan?