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Is It Really a Fiscal Cliff? Or Is It Just Another Theatrical Episode?

At every opportunity to prove itself useful our federal government proves itself inept, incompetent and corrupt.

Whether it's a natural disaster, an economic disturbance or a scandal in leadership, the District of Criminals ALWAYS defaults to a disgusting display of indifference towards We The People (property owners).

They seem to stage these crises simply to have an opportunity to get in front of media cameras to tell us how much we need their wisdom and leadership... to correct the latest problem at hand... WHICH THEY CREATED AND CAUSED IN THEIR WISDOM UNDER THEIR LEADERSHIP!

We have less and less to lose if the federal government were dismantled and states were left to run their own affairs. Even national defense might be better served if the states were responsible to coordinate our national security. Because it sure as hell hasn't made us any safer having the District of Criminals running the system so riddled with corruption, graft, theft and subterfuge.

All the District of Criminals has done with great skill is to strap all future generations with a debt that will never be repaid.

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ConstitutionHugger's picture

Good question

my guess is, like everything else, it's hoopla and will pass. Till the day the there is a traitor hanging from every cherry tree in "the district of criminals" nothing much will change, just a slow descent into tyranny to thunderous applause.

I believe we can thank Ben

I believe we can thank Ben Berneke for the term "fiscal cliff".

Plan for eliminating the national debt in 10-20 years:

Overview: http://rolexian.wordpress.com/2010/09/12/my-plan-for-reducin...

Specific cuts; defense spending: http://rolexian.wordpress.com/2011/01/03/more-detailed-look-a