By Dawn M. Kurry
September 7, 2013
What in the world is going on with the G.A.O. (Government Accountability Office)? Surely, not its job.
The G.A.O. is designed to police governmental expenditures. They work for the people or that is what they get paid for, but not in this administration. This is just another example of a governmental agency that should work for the people, but it appears that they have turned a blind eye to the fact that we pay them through our over taxed pay check.
It seems that they have no vision of their own, they are blinded by the smoke and mirrors that this administration has attempted to pass off through attempts to gather all of the governmental agencies against the workers of the proud country.
The use of the I.R.S., N.S.A., C.I.A., and a host of others against the people is a scandal.
The misguided polices of this administration such as Obama Care, food stamps, and welfare are a great part of why this country is slipping into a deep dark hole with no bottom.
Under Clinton and Bush you had workfare, if you got welfare you did have to work to a certain degree.
Not so with Obama, just get in line. The working man’s taxes will take care of you.
Part of Obama’s plan to destroy us from within is to make his party the party of dependents.
Dependent on the backs of the workers and their labor.
This is an attempt of the administration to turn the rest of us into a society of SERFS, to labor for the powers that be and for the ones that keep them in office. I am fed up with the takers and I am not by myself.
If you poke a stick in someone’s face enough you will get bit. I’m sick of the stick in my face and I do bite.
I have talked to people that work in social services, and I will tell you in my words how they feel. They are sick of what is taking place. You have the 20 somethings that can work but will not because they know how to play the game. They take all that they can, where as the 70 to 80 year olds only get a fraction of what the scammers get. The people that truly need the help do not get it.
Robert E. Lee