July 25, 2013

Speakout: July 25, 2013


Congress watching us from the sky, watching our cell phones, our credit-card spending, controlling our guns, sending our jobs overseas, raising college interest rates, raising our taxes and making new ones. Controlling the news channels, not controlling the price of gas. Right now, I’d vote for Mickey Mouse.


The Obama Administration’s decision to give corporate America a free pass on the employer mandate while continuing to force average, everyday Americans to abide by the law is deeply disturbing. Who does the president represent: the people or corporate America?


What city would you be more comfortable to live in: a city with very strict gun laws and easy access to crime, or a city where everyone and their neighbors is packing heat? According to police, just trust the cops, they’ll protect you.

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