A Citizen Challenge

By | January 19, 2013

Chances are you haven’t heard (and won’t hear) about this Federal report from the Liberal media.

Two days ago the non-partisan Government Accountability Office (GAO) released its Annual Audit of the United States Government for fiscal years 2011 – 2012. The government’s own conclusion is this:

“… Absent policy changes – the Federal Government continues to face an unsustainable fiscal path.” (Minute 00:35)

That means – if the Federal Government does not stop the wild spending – the U.S. dollar will collapse.

tsunamiThis is like telling people on a beach, “Hey, a tsunami is coming and if you don’t move you will be killed.”

But the beach folks say, “I like it here, I’m not moving,” and eventually the wave comes in and kills them.

That’s exactly what’s happening now.

We The People are allowing this.

Only We can change this.

The best Talking Points I’ve heard in a long time:

Video Courtesy of MrFeshamon & YouTube
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2 thoughts on “A Citizen Challenge

  1. Jeremy Griffith

    Thanks for sharing this Suzanne. I think you’ve coined a new phrase. “Fiscal Tsunami”, I like it. There is nothing inevitable about a fiscal cliff. However, a fiscal tsunami is coming after you. Great.

    1. Suzanne Webb Post author

      Thank you Jeremy. I wish I could take credit for the new phrase, I like it too. That does have a more realistic ring. Good job! I’ll pass it on to Bill (lol).

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