Control, ..What does that mean?

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According to Webster: “con·trol,” (in context), The ability to manage or direct.

Question: So what’s the problem?

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Reality: “The United States Government, under the direction and management of the Obama administration, is no longer interested in the American people or in the American dream. Barack Obama has but (one agenda), ..and that agenda is to be omnipotent.

According to Webster: “om·nip·o·tent,” Having unlimited or universal power, authority, or force; all-powerful.

The Problem: Arrogance is not intellect, therefore ineptitude, although both words are equal with ten letters, ..they are not interchangeable.

According to Webster: “in·ep“ti·tude,” (in context) Displaying a lack of judgment, sense, or reason; foolish.

Question: Are the Republicans any better?

Reality: “At this juncture, absolutely not!

According to Webster: “so·lu·tion,” The method or process of solving a problem.

Although Merriam-Webster’s number one definition for the word solution is; “The method or process of solving a problem.”

There is a second, and (in my opinion) more appropriate definition to solve America’s current problems.

2. The state of being dissolved. 

The American people need to solve the problem, ..as “our” politicians no longer work for us. With the disdain between our political parties, ..it is (my sincere belief) ..that we, “We the People,” ..can solve “our” problems, ..by (not) ..choosing (between) the Democrat and Republican candidates offered in the future, ..but rather by (not choosing) candidates from either party in the future.

The two-party system has failed America, America deserves better and America can have better.

“We the people”, by virtue of “our” Constitution composed by men who fought England and King George the third to found this Great Nation “were” promised better.

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 (The battle of Lexington and Concorde)… 

..and/or, ..the beginning of America’s Revolutionary War. 

The Americans who went into battle and died at “Lexington and Concorde” (were not) University graduates, ..they were men with a (love of country) and a (disdain for unreasonable taxation).

Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow

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Crusader Rabbit…

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