Wednesday, March 21, 2012


It’s not a war. It’s just another battle. The same battle we fight over and over again. As long as we continue to go to the battle, we don’t focus on what needs to take place to end the real war.
Notice the deflections. Most of them are too ridiculous to think about. The latest attempt has worked. It’s called the War on Women. Enormous amounts of time have been spent not only moaning, but taking action that is necessary to maintain the “same old place”. Sure, it has to be done, but when will we learn that we must stop the endless battle that simply keeps us in that place?
Are hormone pills for a woman’s health, with a side effect of controlling birth? That’s the wrong question. Because when we continue to ask it, we don’t get the right answer, which is: it doesn’t matter. It’s no one’s business. As long as it’s the government’s business, there is no separation between church and state (someone’s religious beliefs and our nation’s laws).
Politically, we act like frightened children who expect to be rescued by someone. A Superman or Superwoman. They don’t exit, therefore, that does not work. The only thing that can work is removal of what we wish to be rescued from: The sociopaths in politics.
Obama was elected to be the nation’s political “savior”. All that did was continue the need to be saved and rescued. For every push there is an automatic push back. Karma: cause and effect.
Don’t kid yourself. We are not dealing with people who are interested in history. Stop thinking they will learn from it. We are dealing with sociopaths. They don’t look at the past and see their future. They only see what relates to their continuing gratifications.
It’s not a war between good and evil. It’s a constant battle between the mindful and mindlessness. Nor is it just about money. Having money is not a problem. It’s power being purchased by money that is a “big” problem. It’s based on a seriously flawed foundation belief. The belief that tells them: If I don’t control others, they will control me.
Things used to be hidden. They aren’t anymore. It is now clearly seen that no “real” change can occur until certain events and actions take place.
1. Money must be taken out of the election process.
2. Lobbying must be limited, or better yet, eliminated.
3. Term limits for those who are elected to the House and Senate.
4. Social Security and Medicare for everyone, including our State and Federal employees, and those in our political offices.
5. The same IRA’s for everyone. Again, that includes our State and Federal employees, and those in our political offices.
6. Restoration of Glass-Steagall to regulate those who don’t work to create anything other than their own wealth.

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