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Saturday, February 20, 2010

How One Man Is Fighting Back Against The Banks

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Frustrated Owner Bulldozes Home Ahead Of Foreclosure
Man Says Actions Intended To Send Message To Banks
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While this is pretty extreme, it shows the level of frustration people all around this country are experiencing and what they will do to fight back.  The recent plane crash into a building in Austin, Texas was yet another "over the top" example.  There are better ways to fight back without injuring or killing oneself and others.  This is NOT, I repeat, NOT the way to fight back but is an example of how far some will go.  People can only be pushed so far and everyone has their breaking point. 

The rise of so many groups and organizations as well as blogs are an indication of how the numbers of those fed up and frustrated with the actions or inactions of our government.

The truth of the matter is, we have for too long now relied on the government to provide for us and have asked them to regulate every time something went wrong.  Now regulation seems to be the solution for everything.  One of the first reactions to the Austin suicide plane crash was to regulate private aircraft and even have Air Marshall's on private planes.  How absurd.  Someone should be asking, "what is government doing to cause the growing dissatisfaction amongst the population"? 

If we continue to regulate and make laws for everything, our freedom is certainly a thing of the past.  Over regulation creates a police state not a free Democratic Republic.

The answers to our problems lie not with our politicians - who work for their own agenda's and futures - but with each of us as patriotic Americans.  Patriotism should be packaged and sold by Wall Street not junk, explosive securities. 

Some Patriots are politicians but not all politicians are Patriots

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  1. February 19, 2010
    Bill Moyers Journal takes a hard look at how campaign cash in judicial
    races may sway America's courts.

    The power of money drives cynicism into the heart of all levels of government.