Letter to the Editor: Thoughts on 'Redistribution of Wealth'
Northville resident Jim Nowka writes about his disappointment in a government he says wastes American resources.
- Submitted by Northville resident Jim Nowka
Political scripting cannot hide that America is swamped by the massive debts and bad decisions.
Misty pleas defend the wreckage! Now the utterances, "you did not build it" and the next words fitting a narrative, "You did not earn it," affirm a plan of redistribution of wealth. Next step, in the path to dissolution of your freedom, are the words of a despot: "You don't own it!"
In our pretty shaky economy and private sector job losses, expect threats of unrest by the standby crew of occupiers. The next chapter in our story of a modern day serfdom under the direction of governance by organized bureaucrats beginning in Obamacare? This legislation illustrates routine socialist ideas of compassion includes broader application of abortion processes for young and old.
Our nation was formed by the faithful, around wisdom of John Locke and Adam Smith. The English thinkers discovered the framework for a free market economy and a view personal responsibility ignited powerful engines of opportunity with results and with satisfaction on scales unknown before. All this built around the sanctity of private ownership of our stuff.
Promises of hope in 2008 has not worked out well due to lack of resume and evidence of good leadership and management skills. Results are important and, I am annoyed most by a heavy waste of wealth, hopeless green experiments like Solyndra, imperial czars and blatant patronage to friends. Volumes will be written about the the cascading drop of confidence in America overcoming these problems. Desperately needed is the renewal of confidence that American young will have a future, thereafter, the international community who see us strong but floundering at present.
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