Over the years I have developed a strong interest in voting candidate quality rather than party affiliation. The problem lies not so much with party but with “stinking thinking” which leads to the belief that serving some undefined party good is superior to doing what is necessary for the well being of the United States and its citizens. Ever since college I have been waiting the day when someone in the cabinet would remember that tax paying, loyal, predominately middle class (white and blue collar alike) have fought this nations wars (always successfully until they were moved out of control) and paid the bills that supported this nation. We in the middle class have been harried almost beyond belief and beset by a horde of issues that are basically attitudinal on the part of our governing bodies. They are:
1. What is good for the majority of the citizenry of our country must be avoided at all costs.
2. Make the people who pay the most for the support of the government receive the fewest benefits.
3. The nation must support arrant nonsense in international affairs, even if the results are not favorable to the United States.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.