You Lose

When a bill gets passed in congress, you lose. Why? You have no representation in congress. The benefits of legislation go to folks with enough power to get the attention of those you elect to represent you. Screwing you is as easy as taking candy from a baby. The outcome of the current budget negotiations will not be good for you. You have no political power, so you lose.

If you think it is an accident that the term “fiscal cliff” is repeated constantly on the news, think again. “Fiscal cliff” conveys an inaccurate vision of the consequences of cutting spending and raising taxes. This is by design with the hope that when the bad deal is decided on, you will be happy because you will think a national disaster has been averted. There is no way 100% of the media would use such a dishonest term non-stop unless they were put up to it.


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James Quillian an economist, political analyst and teacher of natural law. James is the originator of fantasy free theory and author of the Fantasy Free Advantage.
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