Bureaucracies Gone Wild are Coming to Harass us and Eat of our Substance
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
It seems every day there is something new and more outrageous than last week coming out of this White House or the Alphabet Soup agencies. They operate without any law passed by congress, or if congress hears about it; they do nothing about it. The follow directives from executive orders signed by the President making law out of thin air with the stroke of a pen just like the Federal Reserve prints money out of thin air. At this point in our history where corruption reigns supreme in the highest levels of government, the sky is the limit unless restraint comes from the people.
We used to hear about an occasional raid by the IRS and the FBI stopping an illegal Mafia operation in the news. Now we hear about raids on roadside fruit and vegetable stands; shutting down the farmers market, they are going after people who like raw milk. The attack those who sell natural remedies for healing known ailments instead of using conventional modern medicine seeking an alternative remedy. Federal Firearms licensed Dealers are being subject to harassment for every little reason. The EPA is out in force to make sure our utility rates go up by creating an artificial scarcity producing electricity and small family farms are being shut down for the most obscure reasons that have nothing to do with farming.
The real economy is under attack like never before buy a White House that hates a free people. The do not want a free market and competition anywhere whatsoever. We see Gibson Guitars being raided because it is one of the few companies that produce a quality product employing American craftsmen and not made by Chinese slave labor. We went from a free market economy to crony capitalism or more like mercantilism where companies on the inside get favorable treatment over those not in the good graces to the government. The Corporations have merged with the government to wipe out all competition to concentrate the wealth into the hands of the few.