It’s Time That the People Had the Guts to Get It Right!

    Updated: October 7, 2019 at 11:59 pm EST  See Comments

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    Our Congresses for the past 94 years, starting with the passage of the Federal Reserve Act and the Income Tax Act of 1913, has been nothing less than an absolute, total disgrace.

    We would have been better off with a dictatorship! Don’t laugh, because that is where we are headed!

    The leaders of the religious right need to pull their heads out of their butts and stop endorsing candidates because they might be pro-life and anti-gay marriage.

    They have sold us into tax slavery, they have allowed the Fed to devalue our currency through inflation and to blatantly and incessantly cause panics, recessions, and depressions as they rip off the US public over and over again, ad nauseam, they have shredded our Constitution in every way possible every chance they get, they have either authorized or condoned the slaughter of our children in an almost continuous series of wars under an ongoing policy of perpetual war for perpetual peace and perpetual profits in order to line the pockets of trillionaire pigs who never have enough, they have stifled the moral outcry of our pulpits using the Income Tax to threaten their tax-exempt status if they speak out, and now they threaten to launch us into World War III over an issue that should have been settled 90 years ago.

    Their myopic and incredibly naive view of our world is something the Lord will hold them accountable for because, like the Pharisees, they have failed to discern the nature and the

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