The Dilution of America: The Traps of a Bloated Bureaucracy - the Love of Free Money - Where America Went Wrong - How Washington Misguided the Nation for Four Decades - and the “Greatest Generation” Neglected to Rein in Abuse
The Dilution of America
America, American society and American industry have all become diluted. What this means is that the countrys political-social-economic situation no longer reflects the design and purpose our founding fathers intended. Many factors play into this problem; and Lou Gilde and Larry Gambone have successfully teamed up in an attempt to cite most of them:
The failure of the Greatest Generation to prevent the insidious creep of socialism;
The paradigm change from business/government cooperation to anti-business sentiment;
The failure of our inner-city programs, to include industry incentives and schools;
The curtailing of religious expression and moral behavior;
The eroding of true representative governance by a bloated, unwieldy, and unaccountable bureaucracy;
The demise of a true free enterprise system resulting from over regulation; and
The movement from capitalism to socialism by ever-increasing entitlement (socialistic) programs.
We have reached an important turning point with the economy, the environment, and with the many socio-political issues facing our great nation. Unless the average voter realizes that government is handcuffing our economy, we will suffer economic malaise and worse. Our present approach to governance must be reversed if we are to remain an economic powerhouse in the 21st century.
To do this, we need an educated electorate who will vote wisely in the coming elections in order to resolve the many Governmental problems that have occurred in the past. Until the American voters recognize the fact that Government is its own worst enemy -- and is unintentionally becoming an enemy of the people, the environment, and the economy -- we will continue down the path to ruin. Walt Kelly, in the comic strip, Pogo, said it best: We have met the enemy and he is us.
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