The Underclass can solve the Nation's debt problems
Political Views from the Underclass
March 3, 2011
I logged on to a web site at the beginning of the year that advertised educational opportunities. I have had to request to be put on the do not call list, but I’m still getting call from states all around the country. When the calls first started coming in, I explain that I didn’t want a government grant for an on-line degree. I explained I didn’t want a government grant at all for any degree. I told the caller that I felt that the government’s education programs were being exploited and I didn’t want to be a part of the fraud. I believe that this type of government exploitation of government housing programs caused the financial problems we are dealing with today. The redistribution of many billions of dollars from the government to the private sector is criminally manipulated, and practiced without fear of punishment.
Private sector prisons for profits are being built all over America to lock up the poor, uneducated, and underclass for comparatively minor thieves and fraud. If crime at the top was punished, there would be less crime at the bottom. Billons are also stolen from the American people as well as the American government. This fraud is not just on the Federal level but local governments practice fraud also against the Federal government and the people there are suppose to serve.
Stop and punish fraud on all level and make the punishment fit the crime and we can get our country back. Stop defense fraud, Medical fraud, financial fraud and tax fraud, the budget will be balanced and we will have a surplus again. The problems should be solved from the top down, not the bottom up. That is the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help us God.
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