What happend in Virginia an eye opener for Americans

Government of the people
Government of the people

Looking at what happened in the Virginia primary, it was not due to the Tea party. Many people are getting sick and tired of the status quo of both parties. Seeing how the partisan politics is causing the discord in our nation. Politicians do not really care about the people they are suppose to be representing but their own agendas. It is never about their status but the people of the nation. Many politicians are now looking at their standing because the “shoe in” flopped. Both the Democrats and Republicans are now looking towards the middle ground to convince the American people that they do care.

Hopefully the American people will take off their blinders and see that when any politician owes their loyalty to a party instead of the people they need to be replaced. There comes a time when we need to look deeply at the workings of our government instead if following blindly. Remember that in the United States of America it is the people that control their destiny not the Government unless we allow them to control us. Rise up and say ‘I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore” if you allow your elected officials at any level to dictate to the people we all lose freedoms our forefathers fought and died to defend. Remember we were a government “of the people and for the people” I do not see this as being true today as our government controls almost everything we do. They can tell us what to eat and drink. What we can wear and how we can make a living on your own property. Even to the extent of what color you can paint your house, if you can have a fence, where you can park your car or RV on your own land and how or who you care to live within your own home.

Please look with an open mind and eyes, open to the truth not what others tell you.


One thought on “What happend in Virginia an eye opener for Americans

  1. You are very correct. It was not a victory in VA for the Tea Party, it was a loss for the status quo, the two party ‘system’, the blame game, the coverage of politics as a sport where the score is kept by who pulls in the most money and how many people agree on some issue. Never mind covering candidates positions or taking time to actually examine them for not only their truth value, but the impact. Nice post


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