I am not thankful
In a era where default by the U.S. government and the collapse of the dollar are seriously discussed, when gold keeps rising and the U.S. keeps printing money (a trillion last year) to “finance” the purchase the bonds the Treasury Department prints on special paper, I am not thankful that the Democrats in the U.S. House and Senate want to spend $2.4 trillion on a radical spend-and-tax-and-spend health care scheme, raise taxes by hundreds of billions, and lie about cutting Medicare — not to make it solvent — but to spend trillions more money.
I am not thankful that the President thinks lobbying for the Olympics in Chicago is more important than making the U.S. a creditor nation.
I am not thankful that the President thinks traveling to a climate change summit is more important that ending the printing of U.S. currency (mostly electronically) because the market has lost confidence in the U.S. to act rationally, and is not buying our debt.
I am not thankful that the President spends more time playing golf than any President, ever.
I am not thankful that the Democrats have stopped listening to the public, will only pass laws that increase taxes for new spending, and can only commit the nation to hundred of billions in new deficit spending.
I am not thankful that President Obama cares more about traveling abroad to preach to other nations about how to solve the “climate crisis” when he refuses to face or solve our own financial crisis.
I am not thankful that President Obama — the trillion dollar President — can only think of new ways to tax Americans and spend more money, rather than balance our government check book.
I am not thankful that President Obama can only think of new ways for the federal government to invade our lives and increase its power.
I am not thankful that the President has spent all his political capital on something the majority of Americans oppose and do not want: ObamaCare.
I am not thankful that the few Democrats that should be saving the country from the irrational behavior of their leaders, will not.
I am not thankful that the debt limit must be raised because even printing a trillion dollars in the last year has not stopped us from having our hand out asking other nations to lend us more.
I am not thankful that the White House and the U.S. Senate and House leadership are populated by the Jonestown Kool-aid gang that are acting against their own interest and are, in fact, irrational.